Sixties kitchen-sink revival finds its feet after a slow start

Sixties kitchen-sink revival finds its feet after a slow start
Clare Barrett, Marion O’Dwyer, Karen Ardiff and Rachael Dowling in The Unmanageable Sisters Pic: Ros Kavanagh

The Unmanageable Sisters is a vibrant but muddled portrayal of 15 working-class women who could be ruling the world – if only Ireland’s patriarchal society hadn’t reduced them to what they agree is 'a dreary, rotten life'

The Unmanageable Sisters

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