Screwball eggheads tear up the Library in ‘Travesties’, Tom Stoppard’s brilliant comedy about Joyce, Lenin and Tzara.
But very definitely single beds…
A fake new party in Listowel: Tom Doodle promised the citizens that he would open a factory for shaving the hair off gooseberries
Roddy Doyle’s Charlie Savage is the best remedy for a bad mood or a feeling that life is going too fast
Christopher Kock belongs to a small but select class – he was a proud Irish Tasmanian and literary.
Wilde’s most scintillating play.
In a new play by Irish-Australian poet and playwright, Meg McNena, Pompey Elliott, inspires as husband, father, general, Anzac veteran, leader.
For the modern reader of Homer, reading battle narratives can be a challenge. They are a genre Homer’s audience knew well and in which they can follow his every move. For us it is more difficult, but not when we’re in Daniel Kelly’s hands.
Ned Kelly in Emerald.
A call for papers for an Irish Studies conference foregrounding women.