All sizzle, no steak at the Gate


FEW SHOWS in Irish theatre have prompted as much anticipation as Gatsby at the Gate. The story of the 1920s millionaire playboy in New York, whose wealth and generous decadence are eventually too good to be true – which can also be said of this all-style no-substance production. It’s not that anticipation wasn’t warranted. Selina... Read more »

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