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Scorch - Theatre Review

Scorch by Stacey Gregg is a look at the actions of a transgender teenager, brought up in a world of homophobia and sexism.
The protagonist, Kes, played by Amy McAllister, is a 17 year old who secretly identifies as male, he thinks. 413 more words


John Lydon and Dark Space at the Project Arts Centre - In Dublin Feb 1979

This is probably my favourite cover of In Dublin magazine. It’s from Feb 1979 with an illustration by Patrick Brocklebank. Cover star John Lydon is holding up an In Dublin magazine with a cover featuring Bob Dylan. 210 more words


PuSH Presents Dublin Oldschool At The Cultch Until February 3rd

Together with the PuSH International Arts Festival, The Cultch brings Project Arts Centre’s smash hit Dublin Oldschool to Vancouver. This sharp and edgy play, written by Emmet Kirwan, will have you laughing one minute and crying the next. 159 more words


Review: If We Got Some More Cocaine...

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub.

Coldness hangs in the air above the rooftops of Ennis on Halloween night. Blue flashing lights and the sound of gardaí cars herald the arrival of two young men, scampering onto the roof of a house to avoid the law enforcement below. 388 more words


Mr Burns a Post-Electric Play Review - showing the persistence of the arts

This review contains spoilers

Mr Burns a Post-Electric Play is brought to us in three acts, each showing us a glimpse of a post apocalyptic America, first in the near future, then in 7 years on, and finally, after another 75 years. 929 more words


The Effect

Lucy Prebble’s acclaimed 2012 play finally receives its Irish premiere, in the surprisingly small setting of the Project’s Cube space.

Connie (Siobhan Cullen) and Tristan (Donal Gallery) have volunteered for a drugs trial. 190 more words

Talking Theatre (Reviews)

Review: Endings

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub.

Grief and loss often act as a catalyst for artistic expression but in the case of  343 more words