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PREVIEW: Dyas returns with bracing new play

11th February, 2018
Grace Dyas and Doireann Coady

Grace Dyas sent shockwaves throughout the Irish theatre community last October by making allegations of inappropriate behaviour against the former Gate Theatre director Michael Colgan.

It was a typically brave move from a dramatist whose stage work has always been closely bound up with her social activism.

Dyas’s new play promises to be her most ambitious yet, addressing issues such as the Tuam babies scandal, Dublin’s inner-city drug crisis and Leo Varadkar’s reverence for people...

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