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The Lonesome West: A Review

by Michael Angerer

A kitchen in the west of Ireland, home to two ill-compatible brothers, haunted by the alcoholic parish priest and supplied with booze by an enterprising schoolgirl: such is the scene that unfolds to the audience in the current production of The Lonesome West at the Burton Taylor Studio. 530 more words

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book (play script) review: The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh

THE LONESOME WEST by Martin McDonagh
★★★★☆
originally published in 1997

The Lonesome West is the conclusion to McDonagh’s Leenane trilogy – three unrelated plays all set in the same Irish village. 397 more words

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The Lonesome West (Troop Productions)

Judith Wright Centre, Performance Space

November 8 – 18

“The Lonesome West” is one of Irish playwright Martin McDonagh’s Leenane trilogy which also includes “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” and “A Skull in Connemara”. 513 more words

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