Theatre: Risk pays off for Conroy in study of masculinity
Even though it doesn’t quite hang together, Luck Just Kissed You Hello continues to showcase an original voice
Luck Just Kissed You Hello, Axis, Ballymun, Rating: ***
Three men come together to say goodbye to their father in Amy Conroy’s latest play, Luck Just Kissed You Hello. Huddled by his bedside in a hospital ward, they each remember and want to mourn him differently. For twins Gary and Mark, ‘Big Ted’ was their tormentor. For Sullivan, he was a saviour. No matter the divergent memories, a eulogy must be written, but who...
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