Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones

Delving into the dark side of Irish life

ASIDE from Guinness, leprechauns and occasionally U2, Ireland's most popular export is the more peaty, whisky-soaked entries of the literary canon - tragic tales of green-eyed rural types in sackcloth overcoats tied together by string that range from unchallenged masterpieces to poor emulations.

Raison is cheerful but running the Citz is no picnic

IF YOU go down to the Citizens today, you’re sure of a big surprise.

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Voices in the wilderness

LAST weekend, at the tail end of a stunning gala concert, Sir Richard Armstrong, artistic director of Scottish Opera, unleashed a vituperative assault on the "unacceptable cost-cutting measures" which the company had found itself forced to institute earlier this year.

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