Theatre: Intimate Friel conjures the magic and absurdity of performance

A poignantly-timed revival of Faith Healer at the Abbey reminds us that there’s little quite as powerful and vulnerable as storytelling and a live audience

12th December, 2021
Theatre: Intimate Friel conjures the magic and absurdity of performance
Aidan Gillen as Frank Hardy in Brian Friel’s Faith Healer on the Abbey stage, directed by Joe Dowling. Picture: Ros Kavanagh

Faith Healer

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