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The end of the line in Dublin by night: the poetry of Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Irish triptych: Three brick gangways, with the sinister look of  autopsy slabs waiting for a body, up against three brick walls that tip forward and loom. Eerie industrial white noise as static in a dark theatre. … Continue reading

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Wanna tour night-time Dublin? Terminus takes us on a “metaphysical odyssey”

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Good storytelling isn’t just telling,” says director Jim Guedo. “A good storyteller makes you feel it’s happening in the present…. It’s in the now.”  And that ‘now’ gets darker, stranger, more brutal in the fantastical urban … Continue reading

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