Friday February 28, 2020

Gone Full Havisham: portrayal of female grief meets expectations

Irene Kelleher’s new play serves as a cathartic release of one woman’s pain

26th January, 2020
Irene Kelleher performs in her play Gone Full Havisham

Gone Full Havisham

By Irene Kelleher

Bewley’s Cafe Theatre, Dublin

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