(Peter Crawley’s article appeared in the Irish Times, 9/12.)

Five years ago, Company SJ made a fascinating discovery: by ushering Beckett’s short pieces into the city street, his disquieting placeless dramas found a rooted social context and a bracing relevance. Here, director Sarah Jane Scaife transplants three of his Fizzles prose fragments to a crumbling former tenement building – an atmospheric setting, beautifully enhanced – but whose own performance hardly compares to Raymond Keane’s.


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