Thursday December 12, 2019

This week

30th September, 2018
10
Laugh and shudder at Shakespeare

Strictly speaking, October is still autumn, and yet we find ourselves in the winter of our discontent. Starting this Wednesday, Shakespeare’s, and by extension theatre’s, greatest villain is brought to life on the Abbey stage. Richard III is one of the bard’s darkest and most blackly funny works, and if the Leaving Cert was your last exposure to the hunchback and his dastardly schemes, you owe yourself another look. The production, a highlight of the...

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