Tuesday September 22, 2020

Learning lessons from the stage

The line-up of the Dublin Theatre Festival, which starts this week, features a number of works that echo the financial turmoil in Ireland – but when the curtain finally goes down, we still have to live with the consequences

25th September, 2010

You have to hand it to the folks at the Dublin Theatre Festival for persuading Ulster Bank to sponsor a programme so in tune with the zeitgeist that it includes a number of plays touching on banking and financial scandals.

Launching the event in July this year, Ulster Bank chief executive Cormac McCarthy said that the bank was ‘‘very proud to be continuing its association with the festival in 2010 as it goes from strength...

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