Medicine: A new Enda Walsh play tops list of Irish Edinburgh delights
The legendary theatre and comedy festival is mostly online this year, which means new work from Irish and international companies is all there for the viewing
Traditionally, August marks a busy time for Ireland’s theatre professionals, as critically acclaimed shows from established companies and untested work from new companies visit the Edinburgh International Festival to compete for the international audience that descends upon the Scottish capital annually.
For established companies, bringing a production to Edinburgh is an opportunity to showcase work in an international context, and secure bookings to take them even further abroad. For smaller companies, it is...
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