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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


Fathers and Sons

Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev is one of the classics of Russian literature, so I was thrilled when I found out that Brian Friel’s adaptation was going to be produced in 2014. 146 more words