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Falling

Falling

An unusually beautiful girl named Alya died in the summer of 1996 in strange circumstances. She was seventeen. Ten years later, in the summer of 2006, her friends, Matty, Orlaith and Aaron meet for the first time since the accident. Orlaith is a successful equity consultant in Dublin. Aaron is an Continue Reading

The Seafarer

The Seafarer

It’s Christmas Eve, babe, in Baldoyle, and Conor McPherson’s New York fairytale is on the stage of the National Theatre once again. This carefully crafted play premiered in London and Broadway, before appearing in the Abbey Theatre in May of 2008. Originally directed by Jimmy Fay in that less Continue Reading

★★★
Tales of Ballycumber

Tales of Ballycumber

Setting out in search of advice, young Evans Stafford calls to the home of a friend and strong-minded traditionalist, Nicholas Farquhar. The following morning the local boy is found bloodied, note in hand. What is said during their brief encounter to compel him to this violent act? As Farquhar Continue Reading

★★★★
The Walworth Farce

The Walworth Farce

It’s 11 o’clock in the morning in a council flat on the Walworth Road in London. In two hours time, as is normal, a father and his two sons will have consumed six cans of Harp, fifteen crackers with spreadable cheese, ten pink biscuit wafers and one oven cooked chicken with a strange blue sauce. Continue Reading

★★★★
The Blue Dragon

The Blue Dragon

After taking Dublin by storm with the hit of the 2003 Festival the far side of the moon, one of the true visionaries of modern theatre, Québecois director, actor and storyteller Robert Lepage, returns to the Festival with this emotionally vivid and visually enthralling journey. The Blue Dragon is Continue Reading

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