Saturday August 8, 2020

Theatre: Doomy dramas in bite-size chunks

Tiny Plays For Ireland 2. Directed by Jim Culleton, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, until March 30. Rating: 4/5.

17th March, 2013
Sorcha Fox and Don Wycherley in Fishamble's Tiny Plays For Ireland 2. Photo: Pat Redmond


Tiny Plays for Ireland is theatre for the Twitter generation. It offers audiences 25 dramas for the price of one, each with a maximum of 600 words and lasting no more than four minutes. The brainchild of Dublin company Fishamble, it attracted so many submissions from both established writers and the general public that last year's production has now spawned an entirely new sequel.

In fact, this second batch is distinctly stronger than the first. Choosing personal...

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