Sunday July 12, 2020

Arts Interview: Happy go Rookie

Fresh off the back of one hit play and now having two of his older works revived, things could hardly be better for playwright and director Mark O'Rowe.

26th October, 2014

‘No comment!” Mark O’Rowe says, with a short barking laugh. We’re sitting in a plush Dublin bar. Morning sunlight streams through the windows and a delicious tray of biscuits has been placed before us. But for all the relaxing jazz fusion tunes wafting from the speakers nearby, and the amiable bar staff on hand, Mark O’Rowe means business: he’s hyper-aware this is an interview situation and a dictaphone lies between us....

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