December’s Dublin Theatre Company: Pan Pan Theatre Company Lauren Boland looks at Pan Pan Theatre Company in this month's instalment of Dublin Theatre Companies.

Who They Are: Pan Pan Theatre was founded by co-artistic directors Aedín Cosgrove and Gavin Quinn in 1993. They have created over thirty performance pieces in the last 24 years, and have toured worldwide to destinations including the USA, China, … Continue reading December’s Dublin Theatre Company: Pan Pan Theatre Company Lauren Boland looks at Pan Pan Theatre Company in this month’s instalment of Dublin Theatre Companies.

“Let The Right One In” at the Abbey Theatre Based on John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel of the same title, "Let The Right One In" follows a Swedish village haunted by a recent string of murders which have seen their neighbours strewn in the snow-covered forest, drained of blood.

  ●●●●● Let The Right One In is a beguiling tale of love and violence, and how the two interact. Based on John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel of the same title, Let The Right One In follows a Swedish village … Continue reading “Let The Right One In” at the Abbey Theatre Based on John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel of the same title, “Let The Right One In” follows a Swedish village haunted by a recent string of murders which have seen their neighbours strewn in the snow-covered forest, drained of blood.

The Sweet, The Savoury and The Sublime How does The Happy Pear rate with our reviewers during the 2017 health food revolution?

Great food, great vibes, and a great location – The Happy Pear is the complete package. The café-restaurant attracts plenty of buzz for its family values, strong social media presence and ambition to provide healthy food. So, on a warm(ish) … Continue reading The Sweet, The Savoury and The Sublime How does The Happy Pear rate with our reviewers during the 2017 health food revolution?

Winter Comes to “Polar Night” "Polar Night" transports the audience from the New Theatre in Temple Bar to a desolate Arctic landscape.

●●○○○ Westeros isn’t the only place winter has come. Polar Night transports the audience from the New Theatre in Temple Bar to a desolate Arctic landscape. The one-act play explores family ties and the burden of motherhood against the backdrop … Continue reading Winter Comes to “Polar Night” “Polar Night” transports the audience from the New Theatre in Temple Bar to a desolate Arctic landscape.

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“The Great Gatsby” – review  The Gate has removed its seats, lowered its chandeliers and transformed the entire building into the enigmatic Gatsby mansion where characters roam the dance floor, ready to whisper in your ear at one moment and dance wildly with you the next.

Having studied The Great Gatsby for the Leaving Cert, I could write about the intricacies of its plot and language until my fingers turned blue with ink as the clock ticked down on the frenzied, nightmarish race that is English … Continue reading “The Great Gatsby” – review  The Gate has removed its seats, lowered its chandeliers and transformed the entire building into the enigmatic Gatsby mansion where characters roam the dance floor, ready to whisper in your ear at one moment and dance wildly with you the next.

Louise O'Neill's Asking for It to be adapted for the stage

“Hard-hitting”: Louise O’Neill’s Asking For It to be adapted for the stage

Louise O’Neill’s bestselling young adult novel Asking For It is to be adapted for the stage in time for Cork’s Midsummer Festival in 2018. The world premiere will take place at the Everyman Theatre in Cork, the county in which … Continue reading “Hard-hitting”: Louise O’Neill’s Asking For It to be adapted for the stage