Monday March 30, 2020

The Fall of the Second Republic makes fun of Irish politics while making politics fun

A new play by Michael West is set in the 1970s, but speaks clearly to the current political crisis

8th March, 2020
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Andrew Bennett and Declan Conlon in The Fall of the Second Republic, a Corn Exchange and Abbey Theatre co-production. Picture: Ros Kavanagh

The Fall of the Second Republic

Abbey Theatre, Dublin

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