Wednesday April 1, 2020

Reviewed this week: A Trinity Of Two

{ "b" : "Theatre: A Trinity Of Two," , "cite" : "directed by Ulick O'Connor, Liberty Hall, Dublin, until November 12."}

5th November, 2005

{ "b" : "Theatre: A Trinity Of Two," , "cite" : "directed by Ulick O'Connor, Liberty Hall, Dublin, until November 12."}

It's difficult to conceive of a play about Oscar Wilde that is almost completely devoid of humour or passion. Yet with A Trinity of Two, Ulick O'Connor and Caroline Fitzgerald's cast of two have achieved the inconceivable.

Perhaps that's not entirely fair. For a start, this isn't so much a play, as a livelier-than-average history lecture, in which the...

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