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Luck Just Kissed You Hello – Lyric Theatre, Belfast

Writer: Amy Conroy Director: Caitriona McLaughlin Reviewer: Kevin McCluskey Three people sit in the unforgiving overhead lights of a room in a hospital, with the blue linoleum and nearby sounds of medical apparatus creating a familiar scene of waiting. They are Sullivan (Mark Fitgerald), Gary (Will O’Connell), and Mark (Amy Conroy), lingering as Mark and Gary’s father Big Ted Donovan ...

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I Heart Alice Heart I – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Amy Conroy Director: Amy Conroy Reviewer: Saoirse Anton In going to see HotForTheatre’s production of “I Heart Alice Heart I,” the audience are not told a story, they do not simply watch a show; they are invited into the lives of Alice Slattery (Clare Barrett) and Alice Kinsella (Amy Conroy). From the moment Barrett and Conroy step nervously onto ...

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The Public Reviews 2014 Preview: Part I

Over the next week we shall be looking at the shows that have got our regional editors excited in 2014. Today we shall be looking at Ireland, South East and North East &Yorkshire. Are you excited by any of these productions? Share what you think in the comments section below. IRELAND: Ciara Murphy Here at The Public Reviews in Ireland, ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Break – Project Arts Centre, Dublin.

Writer: Amy Conroy Director: Veronica Coburn Reviewer: Ciara Murphy [Rating:5.0] Piquing the audience’s interest even as they are taking their seats, HotForTheatre’s newest venture Break, directed by Veronica Coburn, delights, blisters, inspires and entertains. Break tells the story of a group of teachers, and their invisible students, who are coming to terms with a tragedy that has occurred at their ...

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PREVIEW: The Dublin Fringe Festival 2013 Announces Programming Highlights.

The Dublin Fringe Festival has a lot to bring to the stage this year as it announces the highlights of its Autumn 2013 schedule. With 16 days of Theatre, Comedy, Music, Dance, Spectacle and more, it is not to be missed. This year the festival is turning its hand to “activists, whistle blowers, outsiders, women, children and industry”. Irish artists ...

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