Brian Friel

Ballyturk (NT Lyttelton)
'This could be Beckett as a noisy silent movie'
Brian Friel's Fathers and Sons is a 'deeply satisfying mix'
By Alexandria Pliskaner
Lyndsey Turner's production starring Seth Numrich, Anthony Calf and Joshua James, opened at the Donmar Warehouse last night
Fathers and Sons (Donmar Warehouse)
Brian Friel's 1987 Turgenev adaptation is revived by Lyndsey Turner
Michael Coveney: The joys of touring with Friel and Rutter, O'Casey restored, Edna Doré remembered
In his weekly blog Michael Coveney reflects on revivals of two great Irish dramas and the passing of acclaimed character actress Edna Doré
Dancing at Lughnasa (Theatre By the Lake, Keswick)
By Stephen Longstaffe
Stephen Longstaffe sees a great version of this excellent Brian Friel play.
Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa opens new season at TBL, Keswick
The Brian Friel classic opens the Spring Season at Keswick's Theatre by the Lake
Wonderful Tennessee (Lyceum Theatre)
By Sophie Bush
Brian Friel's Wonderful Tennessee typically does not lack ambition but feels "clunky and over-loaded"
Sheffield Theatres continue Brian Friel season with launch of Wonderful Tennessee
By Sophie Bush
Director Paul Miller and cast members Cathy Belton and Luke Carver Goss discuss working on Friel's "overlooked" 1993 play
Translations (Sheffield Crucible)
By Sophie Bush
Sheffield Theatres' Brian Friel season continues with a "gripping and vibrant" production of his 1980 play, Translations
Brief Encounter With ... Translations' Niall Buggy
By Sophie Bush
Sheffield Theatres' Brian Friel season continues with a staging of his 1980 play Translations at the Crucible Theatre. We spoke with Niall Buggy who plays Hugh in this new adaptation. Ni