Tag Archive | Play

Drama Review: ‘Sacrament’ – Theatre Upstairs, Dublin [Gay-themed]

Drama Review: ‘Sacrament’ – Theatre Upstairs, Dublin [Gay-themed]

Frances Winston reviews this ‘compelling piece’ about a girl struggling with both her sexual identity, and the Catholic Church’s teaching on LGBT matters SACRAMENT Theatre Upstairs, Lanigan’s Bar, 10 Eden Quay, Dublin 1, until November 25th, 7 pm. Full details below. Ireland’s relationship with the Catholic Church is extremely complex, and for the LGBTQ community […]

Review: Signs of a Diva @ Axis Ballymun

Review: Signs of a Diva @ Axis Ballymun

Dublin’s wonderful Axis Theatre Ballymun kicked off the Irish tour of Signs of a Diva, produced by Graeae Theatre Company in London and in association with Arts & Disability Ireland. Scott De Buitléir went along to see the production’s first Irish performance Written by: Nona Sheppard Director: Jenny Sealey Starring: Caroline Parker The story behind the […]

Youth Suicide: Ireland’s Silent Serial Killer

Youth Suicide: Ireland’s Silent Serial Killer

Kirstin Stoddart is a writer and producer originally from Australia, but now based in Wiltshire in the UK. Here, she writes about a killer that the Irish are still afraid to talk about. Her play, BRB, takes place later this evening in Cork. If there were a serial killer going around and targeting teenagers, Ireland would be […]