Of course it’s wrong to force a well-guarded gate, but a boy who follows an open path, well...

Written in Sicilian dialect, Liolà is rarely played in the English language. Tanya Ronder’s new version is performed by an Irish cast and gypsy mu-sicians. It’s unexpected, funny and touching.

You can’t have a full barrel and a drunk wife, you just can’t cut it both ways.