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Review: The Effect

https://davidkeanedublin.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/the-effect-radio-review-rte-arena-24-03-17.mp3

Originally broadcast 24/03/2017 on Arena, RTE Radio 1.

The Effect, presented by Rough Magic Theatre Company, runs until April 1st 2017 at Project Arts Centre, Dublin. 43 more words

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Review: Shackleton

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub.

Just over 100 years ago, at the outbreak of the First World War, Anglo-Irish explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew embarked on what was grandiosely named the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. 388 more words

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Fault Bound Bodies

Caroline Doolin’s exhibition, Fault Bound Bodies, opened at the Project Arts Centre on Thursday. I have a short text, ‘Dreams of Plastic Love,’ published in the gallery guide, which I’m not going to reproduce here (not yet, anyway). 21 more words

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Danse, Morob - Review

Project Arts Centre

17/1/17

Originally published on The Reviews Hub

The daughter of Morob is trying to find him. Upon learning that his body is missing from its grave, she sets out with her pack of dogs to find the Long Kesh ex-political prisoner.  540 more words

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Butterflies and Bones - Review

Originally published on The Reviews Hub

Butterflies and Bones

Project Arts Centre, Dublin

20/10/16

In recent months, Irish stages have been awash with productions exploring 1916 and where we stand on the events of that year now, in 2016, a hundred years later. 477 more words

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Review: The Last Siren

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub.

Director: Ksenija Krnajski

Being the only one of her kind left, the titular last siren wanders her beach, lamenting the past with only flotsam and debris as company. 335 more words

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Review: This is Not a Love Story

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub.

Creator: Gunilla Heilborn

A lightning flash and a thunder clap herald the arrival of two performers, Johan Thelander and Kristiina Viiala. 274 more words

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