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Pacemaker – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Ciara Elizabeth Smyth Director: Ciara Elizabeth Smyth Reviewer: Laura Marriott For Pacemaker the day couldn’t get worse. But then it does. Two women are at work. They have never gotten on and soon things develop into a full-scale feud when they find themselves speaking to management. Charges range from ‘she smells of egg’ to ‘she ate my sandwiches’. Oh ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Glowworm – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Tom Nieboer Director: Davey Kelleher Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Zelle De Brulle is different, she knows that, and for the most part, she is happy as she is. She contentedly catches and studies her insects, follows in the footsteps of her eccentric uncle William Charles Bugboy De Brulle, and is rarely ever noticed by her Oxborough schoolmates. However, one evening, ...

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The Olive Tree – The New Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Katie O’Kelly Director: Davey Kelleher Reviewer: Laura Marriott “She’s speaking to me. The olive tree …” The Olive Tree is one of the more surprising and brilliant offerings from Dublin’s The New Theatre this year. A one woman show written and performed by Katie O’Kelly it begins, and ends, with an over worked shop assistant watching the clock tick ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: Icarus: A Story of Flight – C eca

Reviewer: Deborah Klayman [rating: 3.5] Melding storytelling and circus performances together, Backhand Theatre’s Icarus is a truly unique production. Underpinned by an atmospheric score and effective set, the audience are told the story of what happens to Icarus after the fall and his quest to return to the sky. Gentle and magical, the production has many breathtaking moments and some ...

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