Review: WeRNotVirus

Since the start of the year the world has witnessed the spread of Covid-19 and, as a result, the spread of racism connected to the outbreak. Statistics show that during the first three months of 2020, the number of reported hate crimes against East Asian and South East Asian people have tripled compared to 2018... Continue Reading →

News: Omnibus Theatre announces summer 2020 season

The new Summer season at Omnibus Theatre highlights five productions including a modern revival and three pieces of new-writing. Festivals also make their mark on the season, in particular the return of 96 FESTIVAL, a three-week celebration of Queerness and theatre. Highlights include: Director George Richmond-Scott, who brought BLOOD WEDDING to Omnibus Theatre in 2018,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Match Box, Omnibus Theatre

“There’s something quite pleasant about the smell of sulphur.” At least that’s according to Sal. Born to Irish Catholic parents, Sal unexpectedly falls pregnant and gives birth to her daughter, Mary. But when Mary is 12, Sal’s world is turned upside down and she retreats to a remote part of Ireland with only the sheep... Continue Reading →

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