Pat McCabe: On theatre, the Troubles and the Butcher Boy

Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh once observed that if Roddy Doyle was the Irish literary version of The Beatles, then Pat McCabe had to be the less clean-cut and more rebellious The Rolling Stones.

“It was a nice thing to have said about you,”...

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