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