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