A parade of missed connections by a summer lake: Chris McCormack reviews the Corn Exchange’s updating of Chekhov to modern Ireland.
Get back in the kitchen: Chris McCormack considers the image of the Irish home in The Remains of Maisie Duggan.
Nowhere left to go: Chris McCormack reviews a new play about Ireland’s Traveller communities and the Carrickmines tragedy.
Observe the rocking chair: Chris McCormack reviews the 20th anniversary production of Druid’s The Beauty Queen of Leenane.
The ebb and flow of the tide: Chris McCormack reviews a thoughtful portrait of four individuals at breaking point .
How to make people take notice: Chris McCormack reviews Fionnuala Gygax’s play about Ireland’s Direct Provision system.
Chris McCormack is sucked into 90s rave culture to explore a woman’s perspective on the world, at the Dublin Fringe.
Saying the unsaid: Chris McCormack reviews Meadhbh McHugh’s new play about sibling rivalry.
An enhanced future: Chris McCormack reviews the Irish premiere of Stacey Gregg’s latest play, performed as part of the Dublin Fringe.
The slipping sands of self-preservation: Chris McCormack reviews Brokentalkers new work at the Dublin Fringe.
The missing link between boxing and burlesque: Chris McCormack kicks off Dublin Fringe coverage with a trip to the wrestling.
Generating the next generation: Chris McCormack reviews the Dublin Youth Theatre’s performance at the Abbey Theatre.
Speaking out on misogyny and elitism: Chris McCormack reviews Smock Alley Theatre’s new production of George Bernard Shaw’s play.
“A shrewd exploration of identity politics”: Chris McCormack reviews a new musical presented by Ill-Advised Theatre Company in Dublin.
As a pro-choice mural is painted over in Dublin, Chris McCormack explores the power of art and performance to create new imagery around abortion.