Don Wycherley

Written fitfully during the first World War and finally presented to an utterly changed world, Shaw’s experimental play remains tangled and complex. Can the Abbey make sense of it?

Baptised on the set of ‘Ryan’s Daughter’, the hero of Michael Hilliard Mulcahy’s monologue is caught in a net of his own celluloid dreams

Is this depiction of one man’s crisis in faith something we can believe in?


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