Tag Archive | theatre
Frances Winston reviews Jimmy’s Hall, running at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, until September 8th Times: Mon – Sat 7.30pm, Sat Matinees 2pm Running time: 2 hours and 20 minutes including 20 minute interval Tickets: €13-€45 / conc. €13-€30 I had never heard the story of Jimmy Gralton – the only Irish man ever to be […]
Rough Magic presents A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM– by William Shakespeare A co-production with Kilkenny Arts Festival 2018 Rough Magic announce a dynamic new creative ensemble, while taking their new electrifying production to Kilkenny Arts Festival this August.
Dublin Fringe Festival returns this year for another two week city take-over, with 16 days of brand new shows from dreamers and doers, wordsmiths and radicals, crafters and grafters, pirates and bad bitches, September 8th to 23rd. Dublin Fringe Festival has announced its 24th edition, as the festival gears up for yet another magnificent city take-over this September, […]
If you do one thing this Saturday evening, go to see ‘Arnica Was My Eyecream’ upstairs in The International Bar in Dublin. Tonight, June 9th, is the last night, although there is also a matinee today at 2pm. Having seen it myself on Friday night, I have to say it was one of the most […]
The multi-talented force that is Frances Winston has written, and is performing in, a play about that often-hidden and taboo subject, domestic violence. A harrowing subject by anyone’s standards, domestic abuse affects couples and families, whether gay or straight, rich or poor, and is often hidden by the victims as they are ashamed and embarrassed […]
The second & final week of IDGTF 2018 is now underway with a whole new range of shows until Saturday evening. To celebrate the IDGTF 2018 week 2 programme, they are giving a special offer for a limited number of shows for today (Tuesday) only. More details below. Week 2 Preview – LGBT youth, […]
Having said farewell to a programme of shows that have entertained across the city for the past seven days, Week Two of the world’s largest Gay Theatre Festival opened last night. (See upcoming events below). Through a programme carefully curated from over 100 submissions from every corner of the globe, contemporary stories of LGBT life […]