A plea for tolerance in an age of polarised politics. Timely or naive? Read on and find out!
Sometimes they come back.
It may not be vintage David Hare but Straight Line Crazy is an important piece of social history.
Review by Anne O’Donoghue Sitting in a garden in Kensington I was treated to an enchanting and magical performance of
“I am of Ireland”, a new play from Seamus Finnegan, aims to explore what it is to be Irish in
I decided to compile a quick look at the best theatre of the year, though I failed to see anything
2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Enda Walsh’s ‘Disco Pigs’, a play that has spawned various stage and screen adaptations
This post was edited on 19 July to correct some rookie errors It seems utterly unfathomable that Sam Shepard’s play, The
Diversity, or lack of it, in the elite is often talked about. The lack of BME representation in industries such