Spooky and beguiling magic realism for children of all ages
In an explosively funny comedy, Lisa Tierney-Keogh ploughs deep into the (still inexplicably controversial) minefield of contemporary feminism and no one comes out the better for it
To Hell in a Handbag By Helen Norton and Jonathan White Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin Until Se...
Kinky Boots is as much a about self-acceptance as it is about shoes
In The Roaring Banshees, members of Cumann na mBan establish a nationalist, feminist splinter group who try – and fail – to stop partition by assassinating Éamon de Valera
Cleft is a powerful evocation of family ties and family guilt, and its final image will stay with you long after the curtain call
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and professor at Princeton university Paul Muldoon also performs with a rock band and is about to tour Ireland with a live sketch show, writes Sara Keating
Epiphany Town Hall Theatre, Galway Run ended Rating: **** For James Joyce, whose short story The...
The midlands town where the action takes place is not paradise but purgatory, and the couple’s marriage is a terrifying portrait of middle age
Karl Shiels, who died suddenly last Sunday at the age of 47, was a tireless supporter of emerging talent
Fionn Foley fully exploits the opportunity provided by Brendan Galileo for Europe, crafting a story which allows him to inhabit a variety of discrete characters that flex his vocal and physical skills
Galway-born Fahy speaks with Sara Keating about the joys and challenges of running one of the biggest cultural events in the country