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Textualities 2016 was literally on Friday 13th.  I had been dreading it since September 2015 when I heard about it being part of the MA – alongside the Wikipedia editing.   739 more words

Irish Writing

Paddling with Pecha Kucha

I lived for a full year from first hearing the phrase Pecha Kucha to understanding what it meant.  I thought it was thing for a presentation like… 574 more words

Irish Writing

Olivier Awards - public panel application 2017

I tried my hand again this year at getting onto the Olivier Awards public panel for the 2018 awards. (I applied last year and the… 298 more words

Walsh & Wiki

As I plan to write my dissertation on the plays of Enda Walsh it seemed obvious to approach his page on Wikipedia for the marathon editing session.   759 more words

Irish Writing

Liminal Lazaruses 2: Loving the Alien

“Love the alien as you love yourself; for you were once aliens in the Land of Egypt… “(Leviticus 19:34)

“Thinking of a different time
Palestine a modern problem…
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"Lazarus", by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, at the King's Cross Theatre, 22 January 2017

This Sunday afternoon, Kath and I went to see the last performance of “Lazarus”, the musical created by David Bowie and playwright Enda Walsh. You probably know that this was first performed in New York in December 2015, not long before Bowie’s death. 871 more words


Lazarus @ the King's Cross Theatre

Inspired by the book by Walter Trevis, Lazarus is a surrealist, technologically fantastical piece of musical theatre about a man names Thomas Newton who has fallen to earth, he then, meets a girl that only he can see, who is trying to figure out why she’s there to help him. 339 more words