On Sunday, Mrs Yogic and I went to see Misterman by Irish playwright Enda Walsh at the National Theatre. Performed by just one man in the cavernous space of the Lyttleton, this is the most sublimely affecting theatre I’ve seen in years. Cillian Murphy is an astonishing actor and the star of two of myContinue reading “Cillian Murphy in Misterman”
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Reading in Dublin
I’m giving a reading in Dublin on Saturday afternoon as part of experimental poetry festival Wurmfest. It’s taking place somewhere called The Complex, which looks pretty cool (see photo, above). I’m looking forward especially to seeing Giles Goodland read. I enjoyed his book of cut-ups Capital. First time in Ireland.