David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s Lazarus is an adaptation of the Walter Tevis novel, The Man Who Fell to Earth. Bowie previously appeared in the 1976 film adaptation. 61 more words
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The film turned musical is back in Dublin where it all began, writes Padraic Killeen for the Irish Examiner.
Director John Tiffany has seen his acclaimed stage adaptation of Once performed in many cities around the world, yet he insists the new production — which this week begins a seven-week run in Dublin’s Olympia — is special. 1,017 more words
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Misterman delves into the mind of a passionate but disturbed do-gooder who ultimately cracks under his own self-inflicted ideal of perfection. Walsh poetically demonstrates the irony that imperfect people – God’s own creation – can never fully live out the divine values they incessantly preach.
On Thursday June 18th, 2015 at 1.20pm, Once the musical came home to Dublin’s Grafton Street as the entire cast gathered together to perform some of the best-loved songs from the award-winning show including the Oscar-winning ‘Falling Slowly’ and ‘Leave’. 150 more words