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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL: Company – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Sarah Jane Scaife Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Published in 1980, Company seems an unlikely candidate for a stage adaptation, a radio play perhaps, but the story of a man lying alone on his back in the dark considering his past and current existence does not seem like a piece for theatre. However, since its publication, Company has prompted a ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Beckett in the City: The Women Speak- Halla Banba (Parnell Square), Dublin

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Sarah Jane Scaife Reviewer: Tricia O’Beirne Company SJ have provided a space for Beckett’s women to come alive. This magical production takes place within the crumbling, musty walls of Banba Hall, a currently disused building on Dublin’s Parnell Square, and the fragile old Georgian building, bare-boarded and stripped down to its essence, showing the scars of ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Samuel Beckett’s Fizzles in the City – 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin

Writer: Samuel Beckett Director: Sarah Jane Scaife Reviewer: Ciara Murphy Samuel Beckett’s lesser known prose piece Fizzles takes the stage at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival. Directed by Sarah Jane Scaife and presented by Company SJ as part of the wider series, ‘Beckett in the City’, Fizzles merges prose, theatre and multimedia in an enthralling performance. Scaife states that Company ...

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