Woolf At The Gate


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Last night.


The first night of Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? at the Gate Theatre, Dublin

Top from left: Gay Byrne, Michael Colgan, Paul McGuinness and Marty Whelan.

Bottom from left: Syl Fox, sporting Karl’s Spring 2014 look , Paul McGuinness, Gay Byrne, Keelin Shanley, Marty Whelan and Joe Duffy.

You’re playing senior ligging now, lads.

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Now with added Harry Crosbie.

Good times.

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29 thoughts on “Woolf At The Gate

  1. Murtles

    Has Gay gone colour blind since leaving de telly? Why did Kathleen let him out in those, she avin a larf?

  2. The Real Jane

    The hipster feckin’ red trousers on Gaybo!

    Also, not a tin of shoe polish between the lot of them. What has happened to the decent pensioners of Ireland? My grandfather wouldn’t have left the house in burnt sienna strides and scuffed shoes. It’s a disgrace.

    1. realPolithicks

      He’s 81 ffs, I think he looks pretty good…..apart from the red trousers of course…..

  3. missred

    I was sitting in front of Gaybo the last time I went to the Gate in December, you could hear him making very loud affirmative sounds approximately every 4 minutes.

    1. The Real Jane

      Ah, pretending to follow the action on stage at the deeper, more intellectual level when barely following the action at any level. I’ve pulled that move myself. Um. Uh hum. Mmmm. Huhhuhhuh, oh you didn’t get it?

  4. Tish Mahorey

    Gaybo wearing his “I’m a landed gentry eccentric type rattling around in this old house” red trousers.

    Get out of that Byrne. You’re from Rialto.

    1. Otis

      Lots in Rialto wear red pants, I’ll have you know. In fact, I wouldn’t be one bit surprised to learn that the red pant craze originated in Rialto.

  5. Del McG

    Syl Fox is still alive?! Jaysus, Old Nick got the thin end of the wedge from that deal… he’ll outlive Satan at this rate

  6. J

    Jacket, tie and shirt do not go with those red trousers . ahhh The Irish man… would make any woman consider a sojourn to the nunnery or the ladies.

  7. Mulder

    Ohh, the style be ehh, cutting, wonder where do ye get clothes like that, apart from Dublin obviously.

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