Former Gate Theatre boss cancels public appearances

Colgan has stepped back from public activity in the wake of accusations about his behaviour made by a number of women

5th November, 2017

Theatrical impresario Michael Colgan has withdrawn from a number of public engagements following the series of allegations made about him on social media and in the press.

Colgan, for many years one of the most powerful figures in Irish theatre, has stepped back from public activity in the wake of accusations about his behaviour made by a number of women, including the young Irish playwright Grace Dyas, who said on her blog that he had...

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