Cathy Belton

Cathy Belton

AT THE turn of the millennium, Mark O’Rowe’s ultra-violent plays exploded like a fat line of speed up the nostrils of the Irish theatre establishment. The likes of Howie the Rookie and Crestfall shocked and thrilled punters, with Tarantino-esque levels of gore and compelling anti-heroes from the ’hood. How times have changed. The amphetamine days... Read more »

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