If you’re a photosensitive person who enjoys listening to the lute, then We Will Rock You isn't the show for you. Otherwise, rock on!
An acclaimed, elegiac and humorous new play, which deals with death, regret and 5,307 unopened letters.
An idiosyncratic and enlightening meditation on the effects of mental illness, as experienced through the eyes of a mysterious, nameless protagonist.
It's not easy being a superhero, but every so often this writer likes to take a break from saving the world, travel back in time and watch a classic kids' TV show come to the stage. Oh yes, it's Morphin' time.
An idiosyncratic one-woman show in which dark topics such as failed relationships and emigration are tackled in a humorous fashion.
Ramblinman Theatre Company may not have been intimidated by the legacy of Sam Shepard's classic, True West, but that's not to say the production couldn't have benefited from a little more reverence.
The West End’s most beloved tale of obsession, disaster, domination, terrorism, and er… opera comes to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.
Ever wandered into a fringe theatre production to find out just what it encompasses? Us neither! So it's about damn time someone did. Ramp.ie brushes back the fringe and takes a long hard stare at the eyes of cutting edge art.
With new musical Once scooping eight wins and Neil Patrick Harris having free run of the stage as the ceremony's host, it was definitely a good year to watch the Tony Awards.
The 10DaysinDublin arts festival is back for its second year. We preview the programme highlights and warn you to get your arse along to Dublin's finest little festival. Don't make us tell you twice...