The Walworth Farce by Enda Walsh

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★★★★ Review – The Irish Times

Gleeson family values put to the test in this fantastical farce In Enda Walsh’s turbo-charged tragicomedy, an Irish family are horribly condemned to live out their lives in endless performances. Any similarity to the Gleeson family is entirely coincidental Among…

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★★★★★ Review – The Irish Mail on Sunday

‘Superb acting … this new explosive Landmark production … simply astonishing … the chilling performance by Brendan Gleeson as the martinet Dinny, combined with the firecracker brilliance of the cast, make it a night to remember.’ Michael Moffatt reviews The…

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Review – Sunday Independent

‘A Gleeson triumph’: ‘a brilliantly devised piece of theatre …. The piece is violent, insane, and in the hands of the Gleesons and their director Sean Foley, mesmerizing. It was not written for them, but it might have been, their…

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★★★★ Review – Irish Daily Mail

‘A rollercoaster of sobering lows and hilarious highs … unrivalled chemistry … all three Gleesons are eye-wateringly funny … filled with high-jinxes, mischief, sadness, madness, menace, regret and longing.’ Kate O’Hara reviews The Walworth Farce in the Irish Daily Mail…

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★★★★ Review – The Herald

‘Dark and deeply disturbing … uproarious slapstick … beautifully directed by Sean Foley, with a marvellously chaotic set courtesy of designer Alice Power … a physically demanding tour de force from the Gleeson clan, whose chemistry and exuberance throughout is…

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