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Stephen Douglas, Artist, talks about his Street Art Project celebrating Roddy Doyle’s Barrytown Trilogy

August 12, 2021

Welcome to a Good, Bad and Ugly Art Attack Edition, an occasional look at the arts.

To give you some background to this short podcast let me explain.

One of Ireland’s most successful writers is Roddy Doyle, who wrote about the fictional Dublin Family, the Rabbittes.  These are the famous Barrytown Trilogy of “The Commitments”, “The Snapper” and “The Van”. All of these were made into films that are at once, both funny and poignant.

That’s all the background you need for this short Good, Bad and Ugly Art Attack Podcast where we talk to Stephen Douglas, a Dublin Artist about his current project.

Music Credits:  Morricone, The Commitments


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