Ros MacKenzie

Articles by Ros MacKenzie:

Pride and Prejudice * (*sort of)

The sacred cow has been well and truly milked! Forget plodding through the book for exam-laden themes, forget lavish poke-bonnet films and dramas, forget worthy sociological analysis.

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Prism

A prism scatters white light into a rainbow of colours. It is a device that can alter perception, clarifying or distorting our viewpoint.

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Barber Shop Chronicles

The play starts at 7.30. The fun starts half an hour before. The exuberant cast of Barber Shop Chronicles hosts a stomping prequel where music is played, dances are danced and audience members leap onstage to enjoy a “haircut” in the barber’s chair.

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Solaris – Lyceum

Playwright David Greig has boldly gone to science fiction for his latest theatrical adaptation of a well known novel.

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Fintan O’Toole at the Book Festival

It should be a mandatory obligation for everyone in this beleaguered island, caught up in the constitutional chaos that is Brexit, to listen to an hourlong debate with Fintan O’Toole.

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Mythos: Men

Stephen Fry has taken on this year’s marathon Festival project, bringing us his version of the myths and legends of Ancient Greece.

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