The National Theatre of Ireland goes self-reflexive: Chris McCormack reviews the homecoming of The Corn Exchange’s play about the founding of the Abbey Theatre.
Fading dreams and family ties: Chris McCormack reviews Frank McGuinness and Kevin Doherty’s new ‘play with songs’.
Get back in the kitchen: Chris McCormack considers the image of the Irish home in The Remains of Maisie Duggan.
Generating the next generation: Chris McCormack reviews the Dublin Youth Theatre’s performance at the Abbey Theatre.
Crisis in suburbia.
Incestuous family drama.
Traces of Scorsese.
By turns thundering and whimsical.
Playing Joyce for laughs.
The last laugh.
Shedding light on the shadows of recession-era Ireland.
Rabbit holes and killer heels.
Heads in the sand.