Michael Ball, who came to fame as the original Marius in 'Les Miserables', tries his best with the romance in 'Mack and Mabel', but it’s all a bit style over substance, says Brian Finnegan.
This stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s acclaimed novel, ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-time’, is a tour-de-force with an astonishing performance at its core. Don’t miss it, says Brian Finnegan. Ma...
The Bodyguard, starring Alexandra Burke, is one of the most entertaining nights you can have at the theatre, says David Mullane.
A killer combination of song, dance, comedy and spectacle, 'The Producers' puts other shows to shame, says David Mullane.
Readers of The Outmost can avail of a discount code to receive one third off ticket price for Tracy Martin's critical success, 'Wrapped'.
Amy Conroy, writer, director and star of the much-loved and critically acclaimed I ♥ Alice ♥ I, is back with a new play, this time looking at transgender experiences.
The English opera company Opera North has brought Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel to Dublin in a sumptuous new production, says David Mullane.
Top Hat at The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is an almost perfect film to stage adaptation, says David Mullane.
Colette Cullen’s 'Blind Date', appears to be about the dating scene for Dublin singletons, gay and straight, but it morphs into something else entirely, says Brian Finnegan.
Jersey Boys is full of great, timeless songs, and has a great cast, but its four plotlines turn it into one hell of a convoluted musical, says David Mullane.