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Yesterday we left Galway and made our way through Sligo into Donegal. Obadiah was ready to leave, but I’m not sure about the rest of us. 258 more words


Review: Fathers and Sons by Brian Friel, at the Donmar Warehouse

In a cunning piece of programming, the Donmar follows James Graham’s Privacy – the most un-Donmar of productions – with Brian Friel’s Fathers and Sons (adapted from the novel of Ivan Turgenev). 745 more words


June 20, 2014 - Reflection of Brian Friel's "Translations"

Friday, June 20 – Choose one piece of art (murals) or literature that you have encountered in your lectures/walking tour, describe it (or include a picture or excerpt), and discuss how it speaks to you of the issues at the heart of the Northern Irish Conflict. 394 more words


Ireland Playing in Brazil: an Irish theatre company in São Paulo

Like many people, I have been thoroughly enjoying this year’s World Cup in Brazil. So far, it has been the tournament that we always wish for but never get: there have been surprises (Spain – twice) and lots of great goals. 1,506 more words

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Drama For Exceptional Teenagers

I am beyond excited to be offering this two-week camp for Exceptional Teenagers.

I know that all teens are exceptional, but I use the word here to refer to teenagers who feel the need to dig deeper and broader into the Art of Drama: Teenagers who have a passion for Theatre and a need to get under the skin of characters they encounter in literature, or in their own imaginations. 350 more words


Fathers and Sons

Walking into the Donmar for this is another one of those WOW moments. Rob Howell’s extraordinary set of ‘distressed’ planks draws you in like never before into this already intimate space. 346 more words