Set in the Irish enclave of Boston, Frank Galvin (played by Ian Kesley) is a washed up lawyer on the
The Country Girls is a sad, funny, coming-of-age play that does tell a genuine and moving story. But one wonders whether this adaptation is coming several decades too late.
It’s just such a pleasure to see so many performers at the top of their game really having fun with what they’re doing.
Blood Brothers deserves to reach past it’s conventional audience over the remainder of it’s run.
It is the darkness of ‘Beauty Queen’ that makes one laugh all the harder – an Irish trait if ever there was one.