Theatre: Glass Mask serves up a fresh new venue for Covid-19 era

A hospitality offering alongside live shows finds a clever way to bring theatre back within public health guidelines

22nd August, 2021
Theatre: Glass Mask serves up a fresh new venue for Covid-19 era
Rex Ryan in One Hour From Ron Montana.

At this stage in Ireland’s “recovery” from Covid-19, most theatre venues around the country remain closed, as public health guidelines make it financially unfeasible to welcome live audiences at a social distance. It takes a certain amount of chutzpah, then, to launch a new performing arts venue in the current climate, but that is what Glass Mask Theatre has done, with its new venture at the Bestseller Café on Dawson Street....

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