Thursday December 12, 2019

This week

An evening with Caitlin Moran, the 12 Points Festival at the Sugar Club and A Taste of West Cork

2nd September, 2018
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Enter a Madhouse

Part of the Dublin Fringe, the Abbey is staging a new play from writers Una McKevitt and PJ Gallagher. Based in part on Gallagher’s own life, the plot description for Madhouse is suitably bizarre. Bobby was 10 when his mother moved six schizophrenic men into their family home, and years later, following the death of his father, he’s confronted by memories of that strange time. Previews begin next Friday on the Peacock stage, with the...

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