Friday August 7, 2020

Theatre: Coming attractions for 2018

Male playwrights still dominate most of the advance schedules that have been released for 2018 (with the Abbey being an honourable exception)

7th January, 2018
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The Last Ship by Sting is coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in June

For almost two years now, Irish theatre has been making headlines primarily for events that took place off-stage. Despite the Waking the Feminists movement and allegations of sexual harassment at the Gate, however, gender equality remains very much a work in progress.

Male playwrights still dominate most of the advance schedules that have been released for 2018 (with the Abbey being an honourable exception).

Here is a personal selection of highlights to look out for in...

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