Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
13 – 15 Sep @ 13:15 & 21:30 | Boys’ School
The patriarch has passed. A mother and daughter have a story to tell. One is comfortable existing, and the other is eager to be seen. And they have an audience to please.
This new multifaceted performance deconstructs power and privilege, and challenges the representation of working class Dubliners on our stages.
What happens when their catchy colloquialisms and unforgiving audacity are no longer funny?
Written by Nadine Flynn, this new play interrogates what happens when the accent is no longer the punch-line.
Please note: contains themes of child bereavement.
Running time: 60 mins
Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of the Dublin Fringe Festival.