Many will recognize him for his role as Nidge in that (quite) popular RTÉ gangland drama, and he is an exceptional actor of both stage and screen. Tom Vaughan-Lawlor sits down with Shane Hannon to discuss Love/Hate, honing his craft and the magic of the theatre. Continue reading
Fresh off the heels of sold out performances in Dublin and Cork, Rory O’Neill (or Panti Bliss rather) chats to Tadhg Dolan about gay rights, offensive jokes and plans for the future. Continue reading
With the opening of the Chester Beatty Library’s latest exhibition, Lauren Moore reviews the alphabetised showcase of some the collection’s highlights. Continue reading
With Mark O’Rowe’s latest play Our Few and Evil Days arriving at the Abbey Theatre, Patrick Kelleher reviews the dramatic performance.
With the rise in feminist awareness, Roisin Murray questions whether “chick lit” should be a thing of the past
As their first European tour nears, Joseph Fink, creator of popular podcast Welcome To Night Vale, speaks to Heather Law about their upcoming shows and plans for the future.
As David Mitchell’s publishes his latest novel, The Bone Clocks, Barbara De Kegel reviews his newest offering Continue reading
With the idea of broadcasting theatre in cinemas becoming more popular, Laura Marriott reviews the recent screening of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire
As Blain Broomfield, UCD graduate launches his writing career, Rachael Lafferty reviews his debut novella ‘Morsus’ Continue reading
As Berlin’s Schaubühn’s bring their production of Hamlet to the Grand Canal Theatre, Patrick Kelleher reviews the thought-provoking performance Continue reading