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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
by Edward Albee


★★★★★
The Irish Times

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Glengarry Glen Ross

By David Mamet


★★★★ 'Remarkable'
Evening Herald
'Electric'
Irish Times
★★★★ 'Stellar'
The Sunday Times
'Raw energy'
Irish Independent
★★★★ 'Superb'
Irish Mail on Sunday
'Sheer dynamism'
Sunday Business Post
★★★★ 'Flawless'
Entertainment.ie
'Top notch'
Irish Examiner
★★★★ 'Brutally funny'
Metro Herald
'Absolutely first-rate'
Sunday Independent

Winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize, David Mamet's comedy is nonetheless a ruthless play about small-time, cutthroat real estate agents. Behind the suave exteriors are lies, blackmail, scheming and desperation, all in a day’s work. This is Mamet’s writing at its best, an abrasive attack on American business and a withering depiction of the men whose lives and values are twisted in order to survive.

Directed by Doug Hughes
Set Design by Neil Patel
Lighting Design by Michael Chybowski
Costume Design by Joan Bergin

Cast includes: Owen Roe, Peter Hanly, Denis Conway, John Cronin, Patrick Joseph Byrnes, Barry McGovern and Reg Rogers



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  • Tickets

  • · Previews - €20
    · Opening Night - €25
    · Mondays/Matinees - €25
    · Tuesday – Thursday - €32
    · Friday – Saturday - €35
    · 4 Tickets for €100, Tuesday – Thursday, limited availability. Please call Box Office.
    · Students €15, Monday– Thursday, limited availability. Please call Box Office
  • Cast & Creatives

  • Cast includes: Owen Roe, Peter Hanly, Denis Conway, John Cronin, Patrick Joseph Byrnes, Barry McGovern and Reg Rogers
      

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