Theatre Review: Two Pints

Roddy Doyle’s latest onstage venture packs an emotional punch, writes Hannah Carberry By Dir. Catriona McLaughlin Some might say that the existence of good writing is threatened by the digital age. One man who proves this theory wrong is Roddy Doyle, who in 2011 began using Facebook as a platform for his latest work, a […]

Afterword: Mark Huberman

Interview: Claire Fox One of your most renowned roles was as Private Lester Hashey in the cult mini-series Band of Brothers in 2001, how did this role come about? Somebody saw me in a play in Trinity, an agent came and signed me up. It was a crazy process, I’d auditions 8 times in London. […]

Everyman Palace Review: A fresh and gritty look at Synge’s Western World

Review: Motley Staff Showings of Playboy of the Western World are often mundane. Oftentimes it can be like watching someone try to teach an old dog new tricks. But Blue Raincoat Theatre Company have injected new life into this Synge classic, which shows at the Everyman Palace in Cork this week. The curtains first opened […]