A Written Dialogue on Irish Performance Art.
Creating theatre without words.
Stewart Pringle explores David Lynch’s use of theatrical space.
Exploring the boundaries between fantasy and reality.
Performance, transience and landscape.
A playwright’s reply to her mathematician father.
Interpreting Franz and Hermann Kafka’s relationship for the stage.
On devising a show with your dad.
The Biennale di Venezia experience.
A decade of theatrical clues.
Cinematic trailers acting as a capsule for personal development and entertainment.
A series of scratch responses to the London riots.
Creating a “dark, ridiculous, horrible and real” play out of mental illness.
Soldier, CEO and actor.