The Maser mural which two years ago was painted brightly across the front of Project Arts Centre was taken down in 2016 following 50 complaints from pro-life people and a battle of online petitions. In response to the complaints, Dublin council stated that Project Arts Centre had not followed the proper procedure to get permission… Continue reading Maser Mural removed again!
Scorch by Stacey Gregg is a look at the actions of a transgender teenager, brought up in a world of homophobia and sexism. The protagonist, Kes, played by Amy McAllister, is a 17 year old who secretly identifies as male, he thinks. He brings us through his experience of what he considers normal, like always… Continue reading Scorch – Theatre Review
This review contains spoilers Mr Burns a Post-Electric Play is brought to us in three acts, each showing us a glimpse of a post apocalyptic America, first in the near future, then in 7 years on, and finally, after another 75 years. Anne Washburn's script is an incredibly intelligent investigation into the survival of human… Continue reading Mr Burns a Post-Electric Play Review – showing the persistence of the arts