Down and Out Review

Great review from No More Workhorse for Down and Out In Paris and London

He brings the audience through a variety of settings and creates many unusual characters. Drew has a gift with accents and it is rare to see an actor able to change between so many characters from all over the globe with style and ease. We get to meet Russians, Italians and even some Irish characters. His main voice is that of Orwell himself, an Eaton graduate with a natural confidence and a powerful and commanding voice. His English accent is flawless, which again is rarely seen on an Irish stage.

See The full review here -  https://nomoreworkhorse.com/2018/05/17/down-and-out-in-paris-and-london-new-theatre-review/

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Down and Out In Paris and London

Phelim will be performing his critically acclaimed one man show 'Down and Out in Paris and London' from 14th May - 26th May in The New Theatre, Temple Bar.  Last chance to see this production in Dublin for some time.

Drew dominates the stage’ Emer O’Kelly, SUNDAY INDEPENDENT

‘Captivating performance’ IN DUBLIN

 

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Best Ensemble

Congratulations to Michael-David McKernan, the cast and Reality Check Productions for being awarded The Best Ensemble  for Enda Walshes double bill of "Disco Pigs' and 'Sucking Dublin' at The Irish Times Theatre Awards last night

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King Lear

Michael-David McKernan will be appearing as Edmund and Burgundy in The Mill Theatre's production of King Lear.  

10am and 1pm performances Tuesday 10th October

10am Wednesday 11th October

Opening Night Wednesday 11th October

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