An entertainer and educator, Tyrone-born McMahon's methods have drawn acclaim all over Ireland. He talks to us about his approach to learning and starring in a new production of Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Audiences from here to New York, Canada and Scandinavia have identified with Fly Me to the Moon, the comic tale of two carers, which continues to speak to the sector's emotional demands and the relationships between workers and patients
Christina Nelson talks about the hilarity of hair salons and sharing the spotlight while still playing half the cast in the follow-up to I'll Tell My Ma. Leave your seasonal worries and woes at the door...
Lauded playwright on the 'divide and conquer' approach to arts funding cuts in Northern Ireland, why satire is 'an absolutely vital weapon' in the fight against austerity, and her new production at The MAC
'Racism is a knife sharpened on the whetstone of sectarianism.' Daragh Carville, Fionnuala Kennedy and Maggie Cronin on writing about the intercultural experiences of minorities living in Northern Ireland for Terra Nova
'We will leave drunks or troublemakers to the bar staff but there are lots of other situations that can develop.' Accidental Theatre Company invite audiences to their newest immersive production in a Belfast office building