Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

Rebecca Wynne-Walsh Rebecca Wynne-Walsh is a final year Film Studies and English Literature student in Ireland's prestigious university Trinity College Dublin. Rebecca is the current editor-in-chief of the Trinity Film Review periodical magazine as well as editor of the Film and TV section of The University Times, Ireland's largest student newspaper. One of Rebecca's greatest passions is the appreciation of live performance and holds an admitted personal bias towards musical theatre though appreciates all forms of live performance art and entertainment.



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BWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATREBWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATRE
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BWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATREBWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATRE
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BWW Review: THE GRIMM TALE OF CINDERELLA at SMOCK ALLEY THEATREBWW Review: THE GRIMM TALE OF CINDERELLA at SMOCK ALLEY THEATRE
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BWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATREBWW Review: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN at THE ABBEY THEATRE
December 26, 2017

This much hyped and widely advertised production incorporated a lot of elements and took a lot of risks, while some worked not all panned out, leaving the play inconsistent in tone and style.

BWW Review: THE GRIMM TALE OF CINDERELLA at SMOCK ALLEY THEATREBWW Review: THE GRIMM TALE OF CINDERELLA at SMOCK ALLEY THEATRE
December 18, 2017

It's a tale as old as time, or certainly as old as any fairy tale, but Smock Alley Theatre's production The Grimm Tale of Cinderella manages to put a fresh spin on an old reliable, masterfully knowing where to pay homage to sanctified tradition and where to shake things up, so to speak.