Review

Dublin Fringe Festival’s ‘Twenty Fifty’ Confuses More than it Inspires

Set thirty years in the future, the ambitious Fringe production attempts to address questions of environmentalism and social justice.
By Ailbhe Noonan

Some Theatre for a Rainy Day

As part of Dublin Fringe Festival, A Rain Walk offers an audio theatre piece that can be experienced anywhere, at any time – weather depending.
By Molly Longstaff

Beo Ar Éigean: Podchraoladh Gaeilge atá ag dul ó Neart go Neart

Is féidir éisteacht leis go seachtainiúil oíche Shathairn ar RTÉ Raidió a hAon.
By Róise Hannan

At Online Fringe, Anseo|Anois Proves How Sleek Virtual Theatre Can Be

The company’s production of Keeping Vigil is available to view for free at [email protected] until August 30th.
By Emer Tyrrell

One Society, Many Flavours: Gardiner St Pizzas Tick All Boxes

One Society, a new cafe opened on Lower Gardiner St, offers cosy seating and expertly balanced pizzas.
By Parth Gautam

Thrifty Tacos Straight From the Valley of Mexico

Founded by the owners of Bunsen, Masa's simple menu and hipster interior make it the perfect spot for either lunch or dinner.
By Kinga Kabat

The Corps Ensemble Reinvent the Wheel

Emma Donoghue's ever-relevant 'Kissing the Witch' is given a new lease of life by Dublin-based theatre group The Corps Ensemble.
By Hayley Douglas

Together for Yes Pops Up in Temple Bar

A new shop, selling badges and repeal jumpers, launched tonight in Temple Bar.
By Ciannait Khan

Celebrating the Centenary of the Women’s Vote in a Smashing Fashion

The granddaughter of suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington commemorated the centenary at Dublin Castle this morning.
By Isla Hoe

Your Next Favourite: Trinity’s Steamy Sauna

Whether it functions as an escape from the winter cold or a way to sweat out those hangover toxins, Trinity's sauna has a lot to offer.
By Ciara Haley