A beautiful and unique performance from Irish innovator Pat Kinevane.
The benchmark tale of mistaken identity and the follies of love given retro styling and a vaudevillian twist.
NTS returns to its nomadic roots by staging this powerful WWI drama in a barn in Perthshire.
Frank McGuinness’s 1985 World War I play looks outdated.
Directed by Dominic Hill, this four-hour epic of ambition and revenge is a skilful reworking of a Greek classic.
A powerful examination of the Irish socialist revolutionary James Connolly.
A brave and experimental piece from Vanishing Point that asks all the right questions.
A solid production that mines the depths of misery.
A second outing for Vox Motus’ affecting and beautiful Dragon.
A hard to follow but important to stage double bill as part of Progression 2015 International Celebration of Deaf Arts.
‘All of the private storylines, all of the private sorrows.’ Les Ballets C de la B stage director talks about En Avant, Marche! at EIF
The revival of a modern classic to kick start the Citizens’ 70th anniversary season.
The Dominic Hill directed classic is a monochromatic festive joy.
A charming train station installation that feels a bit static
Perfect method in beautiful madness in Dominic Hill’s latest production at the Citz.
This moving and challenging adaptation of Benjamin Zephaniah’s novel tells of a boy waiting to be found.
A candid and riotous sex-comedy about the difficulties of getting your leg over in the digital age.