Bite size: Pygmalion on the menu

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Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
31st July, 2016
Pygmalion on the menu

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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