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His paranoia is such that he even believes his five-week old granddaughter is in on things – he’s convinced she looks like Gerry Adams in miniature and tests this theory by drawing a little beard on her tiny baby face in marker pen.
Stephen Rea plays a Belfast man who is worried that Protestant Unionist culture and identity will soon cease to exist, and that everyone will become a “Fenian.” Could it be that he is both Irish and British, and if so what does that mean for his sense of self?
There’s a gale force eight performance from Chris Corrigan, as a gun-toting balaclava-clad member of the UVF, while Wunmi Mosaku’s gentle therapist provides a necessary counterweight to the play’s more shocking tactics.
Though it is undoubtedly violent, it’s still hard to equate this smart, sharp, layered play with I Promise You Sex and Violence, Ireland’s 2014 Edinburgh non-com – this is caustic, audience-rattling writing, theatre that shakes you up.
Jaye Davidson is a former actor and English model born in American.
Fellow poet Paul Muldoon described him as big-hearted, bounteous and – to the surprise of many – “bouncy”.
Recalling playing football against Heaney, he said: “I have to tell you that I speak, humbly, as someone who has been shoulder-charged by Seamus Heaney.
Monsignor Bernard Devlin told the congregation: “As a country, we are keenly aware of our deprivation at the disappearance from among us of Seamus Heaney.” During the service one of his sons, Michael Heaney, revealed that his father’s last words, sent as a text message to his wife Marie minutes before he died, were “nolle timere”, Latin meaning “don’t be afraid”.
Heaney was lauded as a man who, despite his celebrity, had never lost the common touch.
Born October 31, 1946 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1980, he co-founded the Field Day Theatre with Irish playwright Brian Friel. Notable films followed, including Interview with the Vampire, Michael Collins, The Butcher Boy, This Is My Father and The End of the Affair.