The Daughters of Róisín
Written and Performed by Aoibh Johnson
Directed by Cahal Clarke
Wee Yarn Productions are currently in rehearsals for our Adelaide Fringe debut with our own original performance The Daughters of Róisín.
This play was developed through research about church and state-sanctioned abuse against women in Ireland over the last 100 years. The play is an experimental piece, that allows the audience an insight into the uncomfortable experience of a young, pregnant woman forsaken by her home and her country.
*Rated PG. (Contains some mature themes)
BAKEHOUSE THEATRE: 17th-22nd FEBRUARY
HATS INC AUBURN: 7th MARCH
THE MILL: 13th-14th MARCH
'This play is everything great theatre should be: thought-provoking, emotive, challenging. Some of the best writing I have seen nationally this year' Michael Jackson (Belfast Media Group)
'An amazing and authentic performer'
Patricia Byrne (Sole Purpose Productions)
'Aoibh's extremely strong performance offers fearless engagement with the audience, with passionate delivery'
Dr Tanya Dean (Conservatory of Music and Drama, Technological University Dublin)