Bite size: Pygmalion on the menu
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Pygmalion on the menu
George Bernard Shaw and good food are on the menu next month at Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin, writes Emma O’Brien. The theatre’s dinner/brunch-and-show events are back again this year and will see guests eating in the banquet hall then getting a tour of the theatre before sitting down to enjoy Pygmalion.
The dinner menu (€30) will offer summer dishes including chicken supreme with bacon, shallots...
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