Substance over style: Sonya Kelly has penned three amusing and insightful short plays about home furnishings and their owners.
Guided by unbelievable forces: Cristín Kehoe’s new play interrogating Ireland lacks focus.
“What is essential is invisible”: Morgan Creative’s adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novella is handsome and imaginative.
A drama as deluded as its characters: Robert Higgins’ debut play goes on an unconvincing journey.
Strindbergian in intensity: Chris McCormack reviews Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh’s new opera.
A vivid plane of toxic femininity: Chris McCormack reviews Druid’s revival of Mark O’Rowe controversial play.
“A blast of bitter wilderness”: Chris McCormack reviews Conall Morrison’s chilly musical adaptation of Georg Büchner’s unfinished classic.
Virtuosity hidden in the most allusive places: Chris McCormack is at Galway Theatre Festival to review Emma O’Grady’s unique solo show.
A body squirming in the gallows: Chris McCormack heads to Galway Theatre Festival to review Brick Wall Theatre’s production of Pierre Brault’s 1999 play.
Observe the rocking chair: Chris McCormack reviews the 20th anniversary production of Druid’s The Beauty Queen of Leenane.
Saying the unsaid: Chris McCormack reviews Meadhbh McHugh’s new play about sibling rivalry.
A menacing presence sweetly seeking to impress: Chris McCormack reviews Kellie Hughes’ play about femininity and death.
“Desire, depravity and immorality”: Chris McCormack reviews a stage adaptation of Pádraic Ó’Conaire as part of the Galway Theatre Festival.