Tag: Dublin Fringe Festival
Review: The Secret Act of Murder – Take Two!
A couple of months back I went along to The Secret Act of Murder at Smock Alley. Back then it was a work in progress and now it’s grown and also shrunk itself into a piece of theatre to be reckoned with … or at least attended anyway. Last time ’round the play gave a…
Review: The Oh Fuck Moment at Filmbase
I’ve had way too many Oh Fuck moments than I care to remember – the innocent, fairly repairable ones likes spilling red wine at an aunt’s house and the heart in the mouth, oh-dear-fucking-god-what-have-I-done moments in work when you realised that there’s no turning back and you just have to face the music. It’s refreshing…
Review: White Rabbit, Red Rabbit at the New Theatre
A whole host of great performers (Stephen Rea, Olwen Fouere and Peter Daly amongst others) have signed up to be ‘the actor’ in Nassim Soleimanpour’s play ‘White Rabbit, Red Rabbit’ which is currently being staged in The New Theatre as part of the Fringe Festival, so with such high calibre performers it must be good!…