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Debris – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Dennis Kelly Director: Cathal Cleary Reviewer: Laura Marriott   It is very unusual that one sees a theatre production that is truly unique, however Reality Check’s opening night of Debris, at Smock Alley Theatre, really was a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment. Debris has a powerful opening. Shane O’Regan, playing the sixteen year old Michael, takes to the stage and ...

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All That We Found Here – The New Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Donagh Humphreys Director: Sarah Bradley Reviewer: Laura Marriott All That We Found Here opens in the living room of a mansion house. Everything in this room has been chosen for its style, for the image it projects to others, and for its price tag. Against the back wall are bookshelves full of hardback classic philosophy texts, an open fireplace, ...

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The Wise Wound – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Teri FitzGerald Director: Philip Doherty Reviewer: Rachel Rafferty Writer Teri FitzGerald who along with most of the cast is a Gaiety School of Acting graduate, used Louisa May Alcott’s celebrated book as the basis for this farcical piece. American novelist Alcott’s semi-autobiographical and renowned work, Little Women is a coming of age passage about the four young March daughters, ...

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Trainspotting – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Harry Gibson Director: Tracy Ryan Reviewer: David Doyle   When it was published in 1993, Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting caused a stir. Based around a group of friends in Edinburgh battling heroin addiction and the effects of that, the novel elicited plaudits and revulsion. The subsequent stage adaptation by Harry Gibson brought the material to new audiences and recent revivals ...

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