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Review: My First Holy CoVid

Review: My First Holy CoVid

Review by Frances Winston My First Holy CoVid Multiple free performances daily from July 28th – 31st in a selection of site specific top secret locations in Dublin City Centre This production is taking place in various Dublin City Centre locations, but they are top secret until the day of the show. I had to […]

IDGTF 2019:  Review – Borderline A**hole

IDGTF 2019: Review – Borderline A**hole

Review by Frances Winston Borderline A**hole The Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival Runs until Sat May 11th 7.30pm nightly Matinee Saturday 11th 2.30pm Everyone has a type. Or so we think. Julie was no different. She knew what kind of woman she liked, and was […]

Theatre Review: The Play That Goes Wrong – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Theatre Review: The Play That Goes Wrong – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The Play That Goes Wrong Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2 June 26 to July 1st 7.30pm nightly. Matinees 2.30pm June 28th and July 1st Tickets €15-€45 If ever a play did what the title says on the tin, it’s this. Anything that can go wrong does go wrong […]

Review: The Lasting Sense Of Sudden

The Lasting Sense of Sudden, written by Jonathan ap Emrys Powerscourt Townhouse Theatre, South William Street, Dublin 2 Produced by FRED, United Kingdom Reviewed by: Scott De Buitléir – The Lasting Sense of Sudden, written by Welsh playwright Jonathan ap Emrys, is a dramatised collection of experiences from the LGBTQ community in Birmingham and the West Midlands region of England. […]