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Things To Do In Dublin (2-03-15 – 8-03-15)

There’s a new festival this week with the Five Lamps kicking off on March 4th and running until the 14th. There’s also some fine new additions in the world of theatre, with the… 662 more words

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Play review: 'Sea Wall', Project Arts Centre

If ever an award existed for ‘the most silent room full of people’, then that award would have to go to Simon Stephens’s Sea Wall. 356 more words

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Friday Five: Spring is in the Air

I don’t know about you but I am ready for winter to be over. I’ve had enough of the cold weather and the dark evenings. Recently there have been some small hints that maybe spring is on it’s way. 476 more words

Go And See This!

Review: Sea Wall

Alex (Andrew Scott) is a charming young father whose causal and amicable personality instantly engages with the audience. He recalls his annual trip to the south of France with his wife and daughter, where they visit his wife’s father. 311 more words

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"Riverrun"- Review

Project Arts Centre

29/1/15

I surprised myself by loving Olwen Fouéré’s Riverrun; had someone described the piece to me I would have been sceptical. A flowing stream of interlinking sense and senselessness, the script and Fouéré’s delivery of it was both natural, distinctly unsettling and peculiar. 106 more words

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Review for tn2 Magazine – Fused

This review originally appeared in tn2 Magazine.

If you’ve ever wondered what Puzzle-Adventure-Gaming: Unplugged would look like, Fused is your answer. Ten players from the audience guide our protagonist, Ste, through a series of suitably cheesy and nonsensical scenes designed as an homage to 90s point-and-clickers, commanding him over a microphone to interact with non-player characters or pick up objects. 226 more words

Theatre

Carriages, Fierce Mild & Lynched set for 'The Theatre Machine Turns You On 4'

This month (January 21st – 24th) three acts from three different aspects of the Irish music scene will take part in an exciting new event entitled… 274 more words

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