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Interview for tn2 Magazine - Gavin Quinn of Pan Pan Theatre

This interview originally appeared in tn2 Magazine

Pan Pan Theatre have been invigorating the Irish and global theatre scenes for over twenty years now, since co-directors Aedín Cosgrove and Gavin Quinn met studying Drama at Trinity College Dublin. 846 more words


Frequency 783 and Emperor’s Clothes

This week we have Andy McLoughlin fresh from NAYD’s Young Critics course with the first installment of his three part series of reviews and thoughts on theatre. 759 more words

Book Burning - Dublin Theatre Festival Review

Book Burning | Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs) | Oct 8 – 11

At the centre of the stage stands a trunk. It is a large imposing object in the middle of an otherwise empty stage. 328 more words


Review - "Adishatz/Adieu"

Project Arts Centre

Dublin Theatre Festival 3/10/14

My trip to see Jonathan Capdevielle’s “Adiashatz Adieu” at the Project Arts Centre was an impromptu one. I was offered a ticket a couple of hours before the show and accepted without really knowing what the piece was; I had no time to research it and my notes were taken on the back of the programme because I didn’t have my notebook with me. 489 more words


Mindshift - From Page to Stage at the Irish Writers Centre

I’m delighted to be taking part in a professional development day for aspiring playwrights at the Irish Writers Centre this Saturday 4th October.

There’s a great line up and I’ll be kicking off the day with some… 189 more words

The Tale of Ancient Lights at Project Arts Centre

Time off the day job is always precious, so on the recommendation of a fellow reporter to book a day off work (Wednesday 17th September) and travel to Dublin ( 405 more words


Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Bernarda's House

Frances Winston takes a trip to the fringe for this impressive artistic collaboration

The Cube @ Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2… 509 more words

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