Pat Shortt has made the move from madcap comedy to brooding theatre roles. The former D’Unbelievables star tells Sara Keating how he went about it
The Wizard of Oz Cork Opera House; runs until August 26 Rating: **** Victor Fleming’s 1939 musi...
There is not enough emotional range in the script to keep us engaged for Idlewild’s 90 minutes
Furniture/Shelter Mick Lally Theatre, Galway Rating: **** and *** Ends today What is furniture bu...
If the influence of institutional religion permeates the plot, Come On Home is nonetheless firmly set in post-Catholic Ireland
Have I No Mouth is a brave and inspiring piece of theatre about loss
Margulies’ play moves with the sort of naturalistic ease that never lets the audience get comfortable with the unfolding scenario
Riordan uses real historical material to bolster his interrogation of the history of gender politics in Ireland
An immersive atmosphere which helps to sustain the audience’s varied attention spans
Fans of populist politics and popular entertainment will not fail to be moved
McAuliffe manages to craft a resonant coming-of-age story
Illustrated Theatre is to be commended for the ambition of its production, but the execution has yet to reach its full potential