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The Good House of Happiness, Smock Alley Theatre – Dublin

Writers: Eugene O’Brien and Gavin Quinn Directors: Aedin Cosgrove and Gavin Quinn Reviewer: Laura Marriott The Good House of Happiness is presented by Pan Pan Theatre Company at Smock Alley Theatre as a part of the 2017 Dublin Theatre Festival. The play is a modern retelling of Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechwan, a parable set in China between the ...

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All That Fall – Abbey Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Gavin Quinn Reviewer: Liam Harrison   A voice comes to you in the dark. Maddy Rooney’s. A woman in her 70s is taking the strenuous journey to Boghill train station to meet her husband. But there are no actors, at least no bodies on stage except the audience. The Abbey stage is taken over by a ...

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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL: Newcastlewest – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Dick Walsh Director: Gavin Quinn Reviewer: David Keane Stuck in a rural limbo Marya (Annabel Rickerby), a self-proclaimed “west Limerick handicapped girl”, has been living with her contrary father (Des Nealon) for the last 5 years. Her initial plan was to move home to “save up” but if anything she has less now than ever. A dodgy leg, as ...

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WHAT’S HOT – Week Beginning Monday 9th February 2015

Shakespeare like you’ve never seen before, a Scottish classic at the Citz and the Carôle King musical are all opening across the country this week. Kris Hallett shares his top picks of UK theatre Beautiful- Aldwych Theatre, London Having taken Broadway by storm this Carôle King biopic now opens in the West End with previews from Tuesday (10thFebruary). It could ...

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A Dangerman & Some Baffling Monster – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Dick Walsh Director: Pan Pan Theatre Reviewer: Ciara Murphy A Dangerman &Some Baffling Monster is a double bill by Dick Walsh presented by Pan Pan Theatre. Focusing the attention back on the audience the two shows provide an intriguing portrayal of social awkwardness and the confines of conventional theatre structure. It is evident from the moment the audience walks ...

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