Tag Archive | Drama
Dublin Fringe Festival 2017 – an uproarious city takeover with 16 days of thrilling, mind-boggling, inspirational events, this September: Dublin Fringe Festival announces its 23rd edition today, so fasten your seatbelts and hold on tight as this showstopping, heart-thumping 16-day and night extravanganza pulls into town to thrill, provoke, turn heads and inspire Dublin city to […]
Two of the top arts jobs in Ireland to open for applications – Festival Director and General Manager Festival Director Kris Nelson to become Artistic Director and Joint CEO at LIFT, London’s world-renowned biennial festival General Manager Amy O’Hanlon to join The Ark, a dedicated cultural centre for children, as General Manager Dublin Fringe Festival is […]
Dublin Fringe Festival 2017 announces its first batch of hotly-tipped shows from this year’s heart-stopping new programme. This year’s festival will rise to a new magnificence this September, hosting a rip-roaring sixteen days and nights of thrilling, provocative events, that will consume and inspire the city.
After a busy week 1, IDGTF 2017 is into the second (and final) week of IDGTF 2017. Boxers, gangsters, lovers, teenagers, immigrants, drag queens – the week 2 programme has it all! Starts this evening from 7:30pm and runs until Saturday evening. Our main box office and online booking open: SpireVision, 5 O’Connell St Upper, Dublin […]
Murder of Crows Theatre Upstairs, Eden Quay, Dublin 1 until December 17th Monday – Saturday @ 7pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinee @1pm Tickets €12/10 Writer, Lee Coffey, set the bar pretty high with his last work, Leper & Chip, which was hugely acclaimed. This tale also deals with young delinquents, but here he does away […]
Stephen Donnan reviews the play ‘Thinking About Thoughts’ a new play written by Anna Leckey which recently played at The Black Box Theatre, Belfast. “Why am I here? Why are any of us here?” Those words sum up the essence of the masterpiece performed by Anna Leckey, Edward Richards, and Mathieu Lovelace. These three […]
When John takes a break from his boyfriend, he accidentally meets the girl of his dreams. Mike Bartlett’s award winning comic drama is a sharp, punchy exploration of the complexities of bisexuality. Mike Bartlett’s tart and witty story takes a playful, candid look at one man’s sexuality and the difficulties that arise when you realise […]