Tag: Sunday’s Child


The Friday Night Effect: Watch teaser for interactive Fringe show Blog

  WATCH the teaser video for the new interactive theatre experience from past Fringefest First Fortnight Award Winners Sunday’s Child. The Friday Night Effect launches next Thursday 21st of September in Smock Alley Theatre as a part of the Dublin Fringe. Written by and starring Eva O’Connor, also the woman behind previous First Fortnight festival hits including Overshadowed and My Name Is Saoirse along with...

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Catch the Tiger: Dublin Fringefest 2015 Picks All Posts / Blog

The Dublin Tiger Fringefest is under way this fortnight with a packed programme of provocative performances, pushing at the boundaries of what art can do to explore the human condition. Fiona Smith has sifted through the programme to select her highlights of this year’s line-up, with some chosen for their fascinating subject matter dealing with mental health issues, some for their vibrant, uplifting qualities –...

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‘The story of abortion is one that should also be heard within a mental health context’ All Posts / Blog

MY Name is Saoirse is the tender coming-of-age play written by and starring Eva O’Connor of the award-winning Sunday’s Child theatre company. It won our First Fortnight Award at the Dublin Fringe for challenges to prejudice on mental health issues, deftly dealing with teen pregnancy and adolescent sexuality. It runs again for three-nights only at First Fortnight 2015 from January 8-10 at Dublin’s Smock Alley...

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