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Bernard Farrell's Bookworms returns to the Abbey stage to delight audience with its cautionary tale of a bookclub meeting gone horribly wrong. Oxygen's Ciara O'Brien reviews the show here...

 
 Linking to B for Baby theatre review

B for Baby returns for a limited run to the Peacock stage. A contradiction in itself it is both uncomfortable to watch and impossible to resist. Check out our review of the play...

 
 Linking to Translations - Abbey Theatre review

One of the most important pieces of Irish theatre, Brian Friel's Translations sees a new production, directed by Conall Morisson on the Abbey stage. Read our review of the play here....

 

 
 Linking to Big Smoke Writing Factory Literary Cafe

Big Smoke Writing Factory are delighted to announce the third installment of their Literary Cafe on May 7th. Read the press release here...

 

 

The East Pier is the latest play showing in The Abbey Theatre, and is being shown as a companion piece to Paul Mercier's The Passing. The play interrogates relationship and memories and the nature of identity. Read our review of the play here...

 
 Linking to Where's Wally Flashmob

On Friday April 1st 2011 a host of Wallies appeared at Stephen's Green. No, it wasn't an April Fool's prank, but an invite for all prospective Wallies to take part in a world record attempt this summer and recreate a Where's Wally? picture.

 

 
 Linking to No Romance theatre review

No Romance is a stunning new portrayal of relationships in Ireland and is currently playing in the Peacock Theatre. Read our review of the play here...

 

 
 Linking to Foil, Arms and Hog interview

Foil, Arms and Hog are fast becoming cult favourites in the comedy world. Ahead of their gig in Whelans on March 27th, Oxygen caught up with the lads to talk inspiration, television possibilities...and Brian Cowan as a prospective love interest! Read the interview here...

 
 Linking to Patrick Collins RHA review

Whilst Patrick Collins hasn't always been a hit with the art lovers, Oxygen's Debbie Cheevers thinks that we should give him a post-humous chance. Read her review of the RHA show here...

 
 Linking to Between Honey and Ashes review

Between Honey and Ashes is a new photographic exhibition in the Douglas Hyde Gallery which interrogates the psyche and puts its visitors into uncomfortable situations. Read our review of the exhibition here...

 
 Linking to Love in the Time of Social Networking review

Love in The Time of Social Networking is the latest play to take the stage at Axis Ballymun. The play is the first offering from newcomers to the theatre scene Neon Fringe. Read our review of the play here...

 
 Linking to Qasim Riza Shaheen - Liliquoi Blue / God Made Me A Boy review

Manchester-based artist Qasim Riza Shaheen spent months with the Dublin trans-gender community researching his latest piece. This video art installation is released as part of ThisIsPopBaby's 2010 Queer Notions festival. Read our review of the piece here...

 
 Linking to Queer Notions Festival Overview

The Queer Notions 2010 festival opens on December 7th, and is set to have some stunning pieces, and hilarious performances from some of our greatest pushers of boundaries, read our overview of the festival here...

 

 
 Linking to Royal Hibernian Academy Exhibition Opening review

Three brand new art exhibitions were unveiled in Dublin's RHA last week and will run until mid-november, to find out if they are worth braving the snow for Read our review here...

 

 
 Linking to 246 Letters review

246 Letters is an interesting play, in an even more interesting venue and runs until December 2nd. To find out if it's worth the magical mystery tour to find The Back Loft Theatre, Read our review here...

 
 Linking to Interview with Tracy Ryan

STRIKE! is currently showing in Axis Ballymun and is set to return next year for a longer run across the country. Creator Tracy Ryan kindly took time out from directing the show to speak to Oxygen about the play, and the 1984 anti-apartheid strikes in Dunnes Stores that inspired her. Read the interview here...

 
 Linking to Big Ole Piece of Cake review

Fishamble present the latest play by Sean McLoughlin, Big Ole Piece of Cake this month. Read our review of the play here...

 
 Linking to Between Foxrock and A Hard Place review

Between Foxrock and A Hard Place runs until mid-November in the Olympia Theatre and is not to be missed, to find out why, Read our review of the play here

 
 Linking to Interview with Paul Howard

Ross O'Carroll Kelly is back threading the boards with new play Between Foxrock and a Hard Place. So how exactly will Ross cope with the recession? Oxygen caught up with creator Paul Howard to find out. Read our interview with Paul Howard here...

 

 

 
 Linking to La Di Da Theatre Company Interview

La Di Da are a group of risk-taking young theatre creators from Ballymun. With their latest production Lipstick Service they hope to entertain and inform their community. The group were kind enough to offer us some of their rehearsal time for a chat, so to find out more read our interview with La Di Da theatre company here...

 
 Linking to Chicane review

Chicane is a play about love, hate, loss and bereavement, and will be coming to a theatre near you very soon. Is it worth a look? Read our review to find out...

 

 

Student Cinema Discounts

What's the best way to watch a movie? Well in the theatre with lots of buttery popcorn of course. The only rub can be the price. Here are some options for the cinema loving college student.

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Hitman: Absolution Plays on Dark Humour

This game is not for the faint of heart. Find out if you can stomach the mix of game play and morbid jokes.

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