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JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK


derbhle-crotty


GATE THEATRE WHEN IT comes to tenement life in 1920s Dublin, Thomas Hobbes nailed it: poor, nasty, brutish and short. That’s the dominant aesthetic in the Gate Theatre’s grim production, directed by erstwhile bad-boy of Irish theatre, Mark O’Rowe. There are some laughs to be... Read more »

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