Sara Keating

Interview: Karl Broderick, pantomime writer and producer

Children’s books to cuddle up to over Christmas

Theatre: A good Book at its most wildly gleeful and riotously profane

Theatre: Fascinating rumination on suppressed sexuality in a rural setting

Looking Elsewhere to rediscover a piece of Irish history

Theatre: High comedy on the mean streets of Tallafornia

Radio and theatre: Seasonal thrills with spooky RTÉ podcasts

Theatre: McMahon, Carr and O’Halloran serve up a trio of vivid dramas

Theatre: A daringly experimental treat for theatrical thrillseekers

Theatre: A nuanced look at toxic masculinity and consent

Dublin Theatre Festival: Let the shows begin

Radio review: Pinning down ‘the most dangerous woman in New York’

Dublin Fringe coasts the edge of the possible once more

Phillip McMahon interview: ‘I feel more fragile talking about this play than any other I have done’

Theatre: Walsh’s Medicine packs a punch with a maelstrom of mania and menace

Theatre: Searing story of Traveller woman’s struggle marks historic first at the Abbey

Radio review: Battle over capital’s streets continues on the airwaves

Theatre: Glass Mask serves up a fresh new venue for Covid-19 era

Sara Keating on theatre: The Seagull revival takes wing in Hynes’s sight