Howie the Rookie: O’Rowe’s portrayal of masculinity on the margins has lost none of its power

Twenty years after it was first performed, and this time on screen, Mark O’Rowe’s play retains its immediacy and intensity

31st May, 2020
Howie the Rookie: O’Rowe’s portrayal  of masculinity on the margins has lost none of its power
Stephen Jones and Rex Ryan in a digital revival of Howie the Rookie

Howie the Rookie

The Lock Inn, thelockinn.io

Wednesday June 3 and 10

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