‘Sweat at Sir Henry’s’ was a club night in one of Cork’s favourite venues throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Held...
The ins and outs of the life of a budding playwright in 21st century Dublin are not particularly common knowledge. Nico...
Written and directed by Keith James Walker, The Bear’s Tuxedo tells the story of eccentric gay funeral director Billy...
The Dublin Fringe Festival is just about coming to a close in the city. The 18 day long annual arts festival offers...
Literature has always been one of our strongest suits, and holds its place in both college textbooks and travel guides...
Written by Gavin Kostick and directed by Dan Colley, Black Wednesday is set in gangland Dublin. It is a disjointed...
The lovely Lauren, all 23 years of her is looking for a suitor. Essentially this show is an interactive audience-driven...
Originating from conversations by director Wayne Jordan, writer Philip McMahon and executive producer Jenny Jennings...
A man to my right was ideally placed playing soft tunes upon a piano. He was traditionally dressed in a top hat, shirt...