The Gigli Concert

The Gigli Concert

Author: Tom Murphy

Publisher: Methuen Drama

ISBN: UOM:39015024934716

Page: 96

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This is a dark, funny, consuming evening of high points, breaking points, hangovers and hints - uncertain hints - of hope" (Observer)

"One of the greatest Irish plays of the century" (Irish Times) "The language of the play is on a sort of inspired bender. It surfeits on its own potency. Tom Murphy's gift - here and in his other plays - is at once to stimulate and destabilise. It's a thrilling and intense experience to sit in a theatre and hardly to know where you are or that anything exists beyond the stage in front of you...This is a dark, funny, consuming evening of high points, breaking points, hangovers and hints - uncertain hints - of hope" (Observer)



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