Aisling O’Neill and Isobel Mahon

Aisling O’Neill and Isobel Mahon

THE CELTIC Tiger should still give Irish playwrights plenty to write about. The depths of personal consumption and bad taste may be overly familiar. But most writing in recent years has focused on the psychological aftermath of the recession, or caricatures like Ross O’Carroll Kelly, rather than the preceding over-inflated sense of self-esteem – hubris,... Read more »

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