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Jericho – Bewley’s Café Theatre @ Powerscourt Town Centre, Dublin

Devised by: Breffni Holohan and Dylan Coburn Gray Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Malaprop’s Jericho, performed by Maeve O’Mahony is described as “A fresh, entertaining and up-to-the-minute response to current world events.”The audience is brought into a discussion of the challenges of living in a digital, consumerist world,  through the eyes of a journalist working on a story about ...

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Danse, Morob – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer:  Laurent Gaudé Director: Olwen Fouéré and Emma Martin Reviewer: Saoirse Anton The daughter of Morob is trying to find him. Upon learning that his body is missing from its grave, she sets out with her pack of dogs to find the Long Kesh ex-political prisoner.  However, it soon transpires that this magic-realist play is about much more than just ...

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The Snow Queen – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Ian Toner Director: Sarah Finlay Reviewer: Laura Marriott Gerda and Kay live in a watery town in a watery world. All ice and snow have been lost in the warming. Now people travel by gondolas and school children are told tales by their teachers about how in the past awful thing happened such as cold, gloves, scarves, carols and ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: BlackCatfishMusketeer – The Lir, Dublin

Writer: Dylan Coburn Gray Director: Claire O’Reilly Reviewer: Saoirse Anton We interact differently to how we did just a couple of decades ago; the internet has changed how we get to know people, it has changed how we communicate. BlackCatfishMusketeer is a show about this, about people getting to know each other online, however, it is no “tsk young folks ...

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