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No Refuge for Audiences in Enda Walsh's Dystopian Arlington

Arlington by Enda Walsh makes Beckett’s Waiting for Godot appear plot driven as the playwright’s vision yields an unrelenting feast of grief and captivity that lacks any of his usual humour. 1,484 more words

NEWS: Lazarus to get London Premiere at King's Cross Theatre

The musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, directed by Ivo van Hove, will arrive at the King’s Cross Theatre from the 25th October it has been confirmed.  272 more words

Once 2016 Launches in Iconic Film Location

April 28, 2016

The press launch for the 2016 summer run of Once took place in the iconic setting of Walton’s Music store in Dublin. 148 more words

Enda Walsh

Press Release: Once Back Home in Dublin, Summer 2016

The Multi Award-Winning Musical Back Home in Dublin
Olympia Theatre | 2 July – 27 August 2016

8 TONY Awards including BEST MUSICAL
GRAMMY AWARD – Best Musical Theatre Album… 468 more words

Enda Walsh

Chatroom / Pronoun

I attended a double-bill of performances by students at ALRA South, staged in the beautiful Royal Victoria Patriotic Building. Both were short plays directed by Jonathan Moore. 166 more words


Lazarus at NYTW


at New York Theatre Workshop

Written By Enda Walsh and David Bowie

Directed by Ivo van Hove

I had nothing to do with this production. 1,839 more words


Stuck in a Hotel: A Horror Trope Perfectly Suited to Contemporary Life

In 2002, news broke of a depressed Irish woman who flew assisted suicide activist George Exoo — the Unitarian minister who helped “prepare people for death and stay with them as they self-deliver” — and his assistant out to Ireland. 2,170 more words