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Normal – Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Caitríona Daly Director: Maisie Lee Reviewer: Ciarán Leinster Lunchtime theatre has made a welcome return to Bewley’s on Grafton Street with an intense, ambiguous production that allows actors Karen Ardiff (Phil) and Caoimhe O’Malley (Helen) to flourish in their respective roles as mother and girlfriend to an unseen man with autism, Gary. While the play does not quite live ...

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Test Dummy – Theatre Upstairs, Dublin

Writer: Caitríona Daly Director: Louise Lowe Reviewer: Sarah O'Toole Though written well before its publication, this riveting 45-minute monologue has a couple of important things in common with Eimear McBride’s recent novel The Lesser Bohemians. It presents a deliberately complicated picture of female sexuality and the fine line between longing and self-destruction, but also its arc describes a process of reoccupation ...

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Panned- Theatre Upstairs, Dublin

Writer: Caitriona Daly Director: Eoghan Carrick Reviewer: David Keane Peter Pan sits in a childlike manner aboard a raft, flicking playfully at the water surrounding him. The blackness of night envelops this scene and there is a sense of serenity. But not for long. In a quick burst of light and sound Peter, or rather, Sean (Ste Murray) bursts into ...

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PREVIEW: Panned – Smock Alley, Dublin

The Collaborations Festival is back at Smock Alley from February 18th to March 7th showcasing work from some of Ireland’s most interesting new artists. Collaborations gives emerging and established artists the support to create and put on new work, creating a platform for feedback, support, and creativity. We Get High On This Collective are bringing their newest productionPanned to the ...

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