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By Kernan Andrews
AFTER A hugely successful run at last autumn’s Galway Theatre Festival, Anam Theatre Company’s production of Low Level Panic makes a welcome return to Nuns Island Theatre next week prior to a national tour.
Written by English playwright Clare McIntyre and first performed in 1988 at the Royal Court, Low Level Panic portrays three young women’s very different approaches to survival within a world defined by pornographic media. Jo ponders the sexual power she could wield if she were only a little taller; Mary has recently endured a sexual assault; and then there is hygiene freak Celia.
WE CUT Corners release their second album, Think Nothing, on the Delphi label, tomorrow, and play the Róisín Dubh that night at 9pm.
Think Nothing is the duo’s follow-up to their Choice Music Prize nominated debut Today I Realised I Could Go Home Backwards, and like that album, features mellow, highly melodic and intelligent songs (‘Maybe In The Future’, ‘Every Thief’) backed by sweeping strings - scored by respected contemporary Irish composer John Buckley - revealing the sophistication of We Cut Corners own writing.