An Irish raconteur shares the most ridiculous, embarrassing, hilarious and tragic episodes of her life, showing there’s a story in every stumble – and a little magic in every story.
With a modern twist on the ancient tradition of Irish storytelling, Mary Kate explores how her lifelong fascination with story has shaped and sustained her and makes a case for how stories shape and sustain the human race.
Mild sexual reference
WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY Mary Kate O’Flanagan
DIRECTED BY Will O’Connell
RUNNING TIME: 75 MINS
PREVIEW TICKETS €16
TICKETS €18 | €16 STUDENT / OAP / UNWAGED CONCESSION
Please be advised that the Saturday matinee show has a post-show discussion.
About Mary Kate O’Flanagan
Mary Kate is an award-winning writer and a Grand Slam Champion Storyteller at The Moth on two continents, having won in Los Angeles and her native Dublin. She loves her day job as a writer and story consultant for the film and television industry – but she comes alive at night when she shares her stories on stage. She recently became an unwitting TikTok sensation when one of her stories went viral without her knowledge. https://www.tiktok.com/@mothstories/video/7245791769315609899?q=themoth&t=1692035706789