THEATRE The Dream of Eithlinn There’s something simultaneously heartening and gravely concerning about new companies who emerge with new ideas that are as old as the hills. But lets give Candlelit Tales the benefit of the doubt. Inspired by Irish mythology, but keen to express thaie adaptation using music, dance and storytelling, they are summoning all the fresh, innovative thinking of WB Yeats in his early years. Director Aron Hegarty’s production focuses on Eithlinn, locked in her crystal tower on Tory Island. I don’t know who that is either. But having brought their work to Body and Soul, Vantastival and KnockanStockan already, Candlelit are determined to shine a flickering light on myths that have led our way. ART Ozymandias: Ulrich Vogl, Joe Scullion and Tadhg McSweeney There’s always a hint of the epic in Joe Scullion’s disarmingly small-scale visualisations of “fictional monuments”, well-matched in the company of Tadhg McSweeney’s equally unmonumental – though always dazzlingly inventive - bricolage sculptures. Add Ulrich Vogl’s deft way of fundamentally reinventing and diverting familiar materials and objects and you have a cognitive adventure playground of an exhibition.