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Beckett Friel Pinter Festival

3 Authors. 6 Plays.
30 Performances.

7th - 26th March.
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Past Events at The Gate Lab:



September 5th
The Poetry of Tennessee Williams:
Vincent Woods (Poet, Playwright and Host of 
The Arts Show on RTE) will read and discuss the poetry of Tennessee Williams with Dr Alex Runchman (Lecturer in American Literature at Trinity College).





August 1st
Talking Tennessee:
Professor Frank McGuinness (Poet & Playwright) and Dr. Ron Callan (Lecturer in American Literature UCD) discuss Tennessee Williams, the man and his work.



August 1st
Talking Tennessee:
Professor Frank McGuinness (Poet & Playwright) and Dr. Ron Callan (Lecturer in American Literature UCD) discuss Tennessee Williams, the man and his work.




July 24th
Street Talk:
Ethan mcSweeney (Director of A streetcar Named Desire) and Professor Nicholas Grene (Professor of English Literature in TCD) discuss tennessee Williams' Pulitzer prize Winning Play.





July 4th
Directing Ibsen’s Plays:
Wayne Jordan (Director of Enemy of the People) and Gavin Quinn (Co-Director of Pan Pan Theatre) in conversation.







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