The story of an Irish Revolutionary

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Michael Patric, recognisable from Oscar- nominated An Cailín Ciúin, told David Hennessy about his new show about the Irish revolutionary Seán Moylan. Following the success...

From pop star to vicar  

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Reverend Richard Coles told David Hennessy about his live show that goes into detail on his unique life of having a number one record...

Coming home

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Jaki McCarrick told David Hennessy about her play Belfast Girls which tells the story of the Irish orphan girls that were shipped out of...

Something in the water

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4 stars Review by David Hennessy Alison Spittle’s Glacier begins with a heart broken and primal scream from Emma Lau’s Lucy before she throws her...

Going nuclear

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Theatre director Claire O’Reilly told David Hennessy about her current show that ponders the issue of nuclear disarmament and the threat that such weapons...

Seanchoíche in the UK

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By Anna McGrane Founded in Dublin, Seanchoíche (pronounced: Shanna-key-huh) is a hugely popular storytelling night running in several cities globally. Anna McGrane found the urge...

Breaking the ice

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Award-winning writer and comedian Alison Spittle is aiming to get people in the Christmas spirit with her second play Glacier. It is enjoying its world premiere...

Breaking the silence

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Ronan Dempsey spoke to David Hennessy about his acclaimed play on the subject of domestic violence against men, The Words Are There, just before...

From Belfast to Broadway

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West End and Broadway star Rachel Tucker told David Hennessy about her new album, starring in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard with Nicole Scherzinger,...

London-based Tipperary playwright and actress double winner at London theatre awards

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By David Hennessy Áine Ryan, the London-based playwright and actress from Upperchurch, Co. Tipperary, came away from the recent London Pub Theatres awards night...