Writer: Liz FitzGibbon Director: Aongus Óg McAnally Reviewer: Tricia O’Beirne FitzGibbon has a mean kick boxing technique and a lean way of telling a story. There are many different narratives packed in here between bouts of weaving and ducking, all related to us by a young woman named Naoise. Naoise has just turned thirty and in her relative youth was ...Read More »
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Writers: Michael Patrick and Oisín Kearney Director: Oisín Kearney Reviewer: David Keane Belfast, 1998. The Troubles give way to Talks, which give way to Agreements. Not that it affects Michael too much. He and his friends have other things to worry about, such as who did what with which girl. The conversation never gets too heavy and Michael never really ...Read More »
Director: Amy Conroy Reviewer: Tricia O’Beirne Niamh McGrath and Keith Singleton play a plethora of characters in their small town send-up, Looking Deadly, and they do so with great skill, assurance and seamless segueing between the various personalities. The story of the rivalry between two funeral directing companies in Foystown, somewhere in rural Ireland, is slight enough but the telling ...Read More »