Fair & Fowl: new work from writer Eoin Colfer
“The first act will make audiences laugh,the second will hit them in the gut”
Eoin Colfer is a man who learns from his mistakes. Many years before the Artemis Fowl fantasy novels that made him a household name, he decided to write a play about child sex abuse. This was a highly topical issue, and the Wexford schoolteacher felt sure that he had the necessary insight – but when his drama reached a paying audience, he got an unpleasant shock.
“A woman came up to me afterwards and said...
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