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Theatre Review - Ballyturk

“The lives of two men unravel quickly over the course of 90 minutes” but did Katie Young stay ravelled as she watched Ballyturk at the National Theatre… 732 more words

New Director of Edinburgh Intl. Festival Debuts with Strong Theater Lineup

The new chief of the Edinburgh International Festival has announced a stellar theatrical lineup for his inaugural edition of the festival, with Robert Lepage, David Greig, Enda Walsh, Simon McBurney and Ivo van Hove (whose “Antigone,” pictured above, stars Juliette Binoche) among the 2300 artists from 39 nations that Fergus Linehan — previously of the Dublin Theater Festival, the Sydney Festival and Sydney Opera House — has invited to appear in the August event. 481 more words


The Walworth Farce

We went to see The Walworth Farce last week and I thought, if Fellini’s Amarcord was a dream-state recollection of childhood, this was its nightmare companion.

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Enda Walsh's Theatrics Reach their Zenith in Gleeson Fuelled Farce

Dinny: A day of twists and turns and ducks and dives and terrible shocks. A story to be retold, no doubt, and cast in lore. For what are we, Maureen, if we’re not our stories?

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★★★★ Review - The Irish Times

Gleeson family values put to the test in this fantastical farce

In Enda Walsh’s turbo-charged tragicomedy, an Irish family are horribly condemned to live out their lives in endless performances. 587 more words

Brian Gleeson

★★★★★ Review - The Irish Mail on Sunday

‘Superb acting … this new explosive Landmark production … simply astonishing … the chilling performance by Brendan Gleeson as the martinet Dinny, combined with the firecracker brilliance of the cast, make it a night to remember.’ 19 more words

Brian Gleeson

The Walworth Farce

The Olympia Theatre stages its second star-studded Enda Walsh play in six months as the Gleeson family throw themselves into an extravaganza of physical theatre. 577 more words

Talking Theatre