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Joyced – The Dolmen Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Donal O’ Kelly Director: Sorcha Fox Reviewer: Clara Mallon Donal O’Kelly’s Joyced comes to the Dolmen Theatre Cournelscourt Dublin 18. From the onset, the plotline clearly revolves around James Joyce’s earlier life story. Set in 1904, the piece condenses many tales of Joyce’s associates, famously renounced for inspiring one of the leading modernist novels of the 20th Century, Ulysses. ...

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Little Thing, Big Thing – The Civic Theatre, Dublin

Director: Jim Culleton Writer: Donal O’ Kelly Reviewer: Ciara Murphy The tone for tonight’s production of Little Thing, Big Thing in the Civic Theatre is set in stone as John Comiskey’s iron clad, unfriendly and ominous set design dominates the arena. Exciting and incredibly fast paced Little Thing, Big Thing is another success for O’Kelly. Presented by Fishamble and directed ...

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WHAT’S HOT : Week beginning Monday 24th March 2014

After a little break we are delighted to bring to you a larger and improved What’s Hot feature – bringing you the best shows from all over the UK &Ireland to catch in the coming week. Hopefully there is something for everyone in this week’s selection. If you go to see or have seen any of them, then let us ...

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Fionnuala – The New Theatre, Dublin

Director: Sorcha Fox Writer: Donal O’Kelly Reviewer: Ciara Murphy Fionnuala, written and performed by Donal O’Kelly, is a one-man show that is not only expertly presented but also informative, brave and hard-hitting. Fionnuala tells the story of a slimy businessman working in secret in the dungeons of Shell’s Bellanaboy refinery in Co. Mayo. During the course of duty this corrupt ...

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