In MiddleTown: Gate Theatre hits the road with entertaining results
The theatre’s new mobile venture, the Gate Truck, is hosting a production of Mikel Murfi’s one-man play
With theatres still restricted by Covid-19 capacity limitations, Irish producers have embraced the idea of an outdoor summer, offering various performances in unusual locations around the country for live audiences to enjoy. In Dublin, Bewley’s Cafe Theatre has been leading the charge, with a “walkabout” repertoire that embraces new material and a new location every week.
So far, it has showcased four new plays this summer, including contemporary comedies from Fionn...
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