Radio and theatre: Boland’s words are given the stage in a week of poetry celebrations

Theatre Sara Keating 1 week ago

Merciful hour: Stephen Rea and Judith Roddy interviewed

Theatre Sara Keating 3 weeks ago

Romeo and Juliet: A reimagining for screen that grips and surprises

Theatre Sara Keating 1 month ago

Abbey gives mother and baby home survivors their voice back

Theatre Sara Keating 1 month ago

Once Upon a Bridge: Compelling online production bridges the gap until theatre returns

Theatre Sara Keating 2 months ago

Radio and theatre: Edna O’Brien sheds light on the ‘dangerous’ vocation of writing

Theatre Sara Keating 4 months ago

Radio and theatre: Marty’s festive mix gets us in the yuletide mood

Theatre Sara Keating 5 months ago

Hugh Leonard and the art of leaving a lasting legacy

Theatre Graham Clifford 5 months ago

Radio and Theatre: Memorable moments held up to the light once more

Theatre Sara Keating 5 months ago

Radio and Theatre: A journey into one man’s experience of Bloody Sunday

Theatre Sara Keating 5 months ago

Radio and theatre: A glimpse between the covers of romance novels

Theatre Sara Keating 5 months ago

Radio and Theatre: Gone to look for America

Theatre Sara Keating 6 months ago

Macbeth, Live: Ghostly light gives new life to a thrilling production

Theatre Sara Keating 6 months ago

Embargo: Private lives and principles clash in powerful political drama

Theatre Sara Keating 6 months ago

To Be A Machine: Man and machine form an uneasy connection

Theatre Sara Keating 7 months ago

Mountain Goat Mountain: Dramatic journey takes children through the wonders of nature

Theatre Sara Keating 7 months ago

Mustard: A powerful metaphor for year of upheaval

Theatre Sara Keating 7 months ago

Dublin Fringe Festival: An invitation to your own habitat

Theatre Sara Keating 8 months ago

This Beautiful Virtual Village: Re-imagined play shows possibilities and limits of Zoom theatre

Theatre Sara Keating 8 months ago