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Art/Works to host Kaite O’Reilly 21-24 February 2014, Cork.
Posted on February 10, 2014
This entry was posted in Disability arts and culture, on performance, on process, on writing and tagged Art/Works, Bernadette Cronin, Cork, disability arts and culture, disability politics, peeling, Phillip Zarrilli, rehearsed reading, representations of disability in theatre, Sherman Cymru, Social Sciences University College Cork, The Almond and the Seahorse, Triskel arts centre, UCC, University College Cork. Bookmark the permalink.