This opera got some good reviews when it was premiered at the Edinburgh Festival and so it seemed worth a trip to the Linbury to take it in for its London run. 662 more words
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Pictured above: Clara (Marya Lowry) puts the finishing touches on Breda (Nancy E. Carroll) as Ada (Adrianne Krstansky) lends support. (Photo credit: Gary Ng)
“By their nature people are talkers,” declares Breda, one of three sisters who live their cloistered lives behind the closed door of a cottage on the rugged Irish seacoast. 798 more words
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
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