Graham McCauliffe finds himself Between Foxrock and a Hard Place as he meets the cast of Paul Howard’s new play.
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Features Editor Margaret Perry attempts to review a performance of three of Samuel Beckett’s most famous short plays amidst a vague feeling that reviewing Beckett misses the point of his theatre entirely.
John Barker goes Wilde about Lady Windermere’s Fan at the Everyman Theatre.
James Campion sits down to give his take on one of the all time great theatrical masterpieces.
Tracy Nyhan rediscovers the rustic charm of Irish colloquial humour with the Cha and Miah Laughing Show.
Danny Hale goes to Dramat’s premiere performance of the season, and reports back on an entertaining evening.
Isobel Cuddigan becomes a theatre goer as Philip Larkin based play Pretending to be me, firmly captures her attention.
Frances O’Rourke reviews Frank McGuinness’ new adaptation of Ibsen’s John Gabriel Borkman starring Alan Rickman