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A popular, instantly recognised face on the streets of his native Dublin, Jer O’Leary was admired as much for his political activism as for...

More than 300 Irish actors, writers and directors have signed a letter to Dublin’s Abbey Theatre, accusing its current leadership team of wreaking “devastation...

Writer, poet and politician Victor Hugo is revered as one of the towering cultural figures of 19th-century Europe but less known was his gift...

Ian McKellen’s fascist dictator, Antony Sher’s bottled spider, Jonjo O’Neill in biker leathers – they rank among the most memorable recent incarnations of Shakespeare’s...

The Dublin Theatre Festival, now in its 61st year, takes place over 18 days in venues all around the city. This is Willie White’s...

Edinburgh is over, but a short hop over the Irish Sea, Dublin Fringe Festival is getting started. Nick Awde meets artistic director Ruth McGowan,...

The teenage Dublin festival is even more committed to welcoming worldwide theatre artists seeking a bigger stage for gay-themed works. Its artistic director Brian...

Dublin Theatre Festival turns 60 this year, not that artistic director Willie White is particularly focused on commemorating such longevity, announcing that "Anniversaries are a pain in...

Dublin Fringe Festival has announced the appointment of Ruth McGowan as its new festival director. McGowan, who will take up the post in November, has...
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