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The Second Violinist Review - 2/10/17, O'Reilly Theatre, Dublin

The Second Violinist, by composer Donnacha Dennehy and librettist Enda Walsh, is an uncommonly complex and multilayered work labelled as ‘opera’ but shaped as a fusion of opera, theatre and cinema. 1,128 more words

Opera Reviews

Fringe review: The Small Things

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

The Small Things (Stage 37, Suzanne Thibadeau Auditorium)

An old man and an old woman, the two old characters in this chilly 2005 play by the Irish playwright Enda Walsh, sit separately onstage, lost in their recollections. 304 more words


Disco Pigs (2001, Kirsten Sheridan)

Disco Pigs might not be the best title for Disco Pigs, but it’s hard to imagine any other title for it so an imperfect one is better than a wrong one. 753 more words


Edinburgh Review: Misterman

Thomas Magill (Thomas Campbell) lives with his Mammy (Deborah Galanos) in what appears to be a hoarder’s abode. Kate Gaul’s design throws old cassette tapes and clutter everywhere, with the general smell of dank mustiness in the air. 508 more words


Disco Pigs @ Trafalgar Studios 2

Enda Walsh’s debut play Disco Pigs has taken over the stage in the intimate Studio Two at the Trafalgar Studios with life, love and lasers. Disco Pigs follows the close friendship between Pig and Runt, two teenagers who were born in the same hospital on the same day and have been inseparable ever since. 286 more words


Review: Disco Pigs @ Trafalgar Studios

Pig and Runt have been inseparable since birth. Born to different mothers as Darren and Sinead, they came into the world in hospital beds next to each other and were raised in houses that stand side by side. 387 more words


Disco Pigs

I must admit, it was the presence of Harry Potter’s Evanna Lynch that drew me to the 20th anniversary production of Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs… 299 more words