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Review: Macbeth at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum

Review: Macbeth at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum, Dublin, October 3rd-26th, 2018, directed by Geoff O’Keefe Review by Ema Vyroubalová, Trinity College Dublin. This was an engaging and fast-paced production, notable particularly for its rendering...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 27 Nov 2018

“Macbeth” at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum

Mill Productions present one of Shakespeare’s most intense tragedies. Directed by Geoffrey O’Keeffe and featuring a talented professional cast, this is a traditional production, with genuinely gripping and often affecting performances which...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 2 Oct 2018

Review: King Lear at dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum

King Lear, Mill Productions, dlr Mill Theatre, directed by Geoff O’Keeffe This production opens with pulsating music, flashes of light, and three gyrating figures moving under the sway of some mesmeric force, so that for a few startling moments...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 15 Oct 2017

King Lear at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum

King Lear at dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum, Co. Dublin Mill Productions present what is widely regarded as Shakespeare’s crowning artistic achievement. King Lear is set in the court of an aging British monarch. Shakespeare probably wrote it in around...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 27 Sep 2017

Review: Hamlet, Mill Productions

Hamlet, the Mill Theatre, Dundrum, dir. Geoff O’Keeffe Review by Kaitlyn Culliton and Ema Vyroubalova (Trinity College Dublin) The Mill Theatre’s in-house company presents this energetic fast-paced Hamlet, which this academic year replaced...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 7 Nov 2016

Theatre: Hamlet, Mill Productions, 5–28 October

Venue: Mill Theatre, Dundrum, County Dublin Date: 5–28 October Show time: 10am Mon–Fri, Tuesdays at 1.30pm, Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7.30pm Admission:  €20/€18 SCHOOL GROUP BOOKINGS:...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 15 Jun 2016

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