Theatre Review: ‘Dickens at the Ulster Hall’ at the Lyric Theatre

BY TARA McEVOY  Upon Charles Dickens’ 1869 performance at Belfast’s Ulster Hall, Frank Finlay (then editor of the city’s Northern Whig), wrote that in addition to being a remarkable author, Dickens was also a truly ‘great actor’. Fortunately, the same couldn’t be truer of the man tasked with playing the writer – Belfast-born playwright, scholarContinue reading “Theatre Review: ‘Dickens at the Ulster Hall’ at the Lyric Theatre”