Behind the Scenes


Rachel Lysaght

THE ABBEY (off-stage) farce – starring Fiach Mac Conghail as the director who forgot to include women playwrights in the National Theatre’s 1916 centenary programme – has put gender centre stage in the arts, with acres of column inches devoted to the subject. The Abbey row also reignited similar gender representation concerns in the Irish... Read more »

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