By Fintan O'Toole,Julia Furay,Redmond O'Hanlon
This new ebook at the paintings of Fintan O’Toole, the the world over acclaimed theatre critic
and cultural commentator, deals percussive analyses and checks of the main performs and playwrights
within the canon of recent Irish theatre. Fearless and provocative in his judgments, O’Toole is vital reading
for someone attracted to feedback or within the present nation of Irish theatre.
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