Embargo: Private lives and principles clash in powerful political drama

Forced online by the pandemic, Deirdre Kinahan’s Embargo loses none of its momentum in a live stream from an atmospheric building in Dublin port

18th October, 2020
Embargo: Private lives and principles clash in powerful political drama
Matthew Malone in Embargo which has gone online after plans for a site-specific performance were curtailed by Covid restrictions. Photo: Anthony Woods

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