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Grounded - Project Arts Centre - Review - Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

Grounded by George Brant Siren Productions – Review by Frank L.

In 2012, Grounded won the Smith Prize (US$5,000.00) for a work about American politics. It was a prescient choice. 429 more words


Interview with Clare Dunne - Grounded - Tiger Dublin Fringe


by George Brant – starring Clare Dunne & directed by Selina Cartmell

at Project Arts Centre as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 – 5th-12th September 2015… 508 more words


Henry IV - Donmar Warehouse. *****

The adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry IV not only features a all female cast set in a prison, it reduces the two part play to a short 2 hour one which runs straight through. 321 more words

Theatre Reviews

Why I Adore... They're a Weird Mob

by Iain Wilson.

One of my favourite Australian films is They’re a Weird Mob (1966) – although like that other recently restored classic, Wake in Fright (1971), it was made by a foreign director. 1,453 more words

Why I Adore

"Detroit" by Lisa D'Amour

at the Cottesloe Theatre, Wednesday 11th July 2012

Life in suburbia is something many of us have had experience of, and contains within it a conflict (most notably tha between the city and the country) which makes it perfect for theatrical presentation. 507 more words


My Review: Detroit, National Theatre (Cottesloe), 2 June

This new play from Lisa D’Amour was very slow at times and I wasn’t too sure what the overall message was by the end.. the facade and lost potential people have? 251 more words

National Theatre


110 minutes without an interval is a long time to spend in the uncomfortable Cottesloe seats, so it is a tribute to Lisa D’Amour’s play that I did so gripped by it, without too much figiting. 304 more words