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Philip Ridley’s ‘Angry’

Philip Ridley’s new play ‘Angry’ consisting of six monologues is an important work at this time. Directed by Max Lindsay, the intense 90-minute play, subjects...

Galeria Presença presents In Limbo by Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen

For his solo exhibition “In Limbo” in Portugal, Danish Artist, Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen brings us his film production Quicksand along with new prints from his ongoing...

Folk band, Altan to play Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin fundraiser for refugee event

Having recently returned from a successful tour in the US, the Irish folk band are performing to raise money for World Refugee Day dinner....

Instructions for border crossing: Review

He asks her “What are you afraid of?” She asks “you want me to tell you here … in front of all these people?” “Yes”, he...

Tate Britain announces shortlisted artists for this year’s Turner prize 2018.

The choice this year is very on point and relevant, with works dealing with racial tensions, police brutality, LGBT issues, post-colonialism, human rights and...
Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra

Palmyra Review – A Story of power, ego and revenge

Written and performed by French actor Bertrand Lesca and Greek actor Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra is a play about destruction, power, ego and revenge. The...

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