Theatre: Fascinating rumination on suppressed sexuality in a rural setting

Chris Kelly’s Twenty Minutes From Nowhere is a sparse but absorbing monologue performed impressively by Eoin O’Sullivan

14th November, 2021
Theatre: Fascinating rumination on suppressed sexuality in a rural setting
Eoin O’Sullivan in Twenty Minutes from Nowhere: playwright Chris Kelly persuasively reminds us that rural life has songs that still need singing

Twenty Minutes From Nowhere

By Chris Kelly

Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin; until November 20

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