Louisa Ní Éideáin.
Winner of the First Fortnight Fringe Award 2023.
Welcome to the musical journey of a woman with late diagnosis ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
Fáilte go cheolseó grinn faoi bhean a bhfuil ADHD uirthi. Can she harness the boundless energy and creativity alongside the crippling self-criticism and impulsivity? Everything, including this show, is in search of one thing – the elusive Dopamine hit.
This cabaret-style show recreates the polyphony of a brain that must do at least two things at all times.
There is a social narrative available for this event. Some people find new places and events difficult and may find a social narrative helpful. You can find it here: Smock Alley Social Narrative
Contains loud noise and references to mental health and suicide.
All spaces in Smock Alley are accessible by wheelchair. Please inform the box-office at the time of booking of your accessibility requirements. Boys’ School access is through the fire escape door which opens directly out on to Exchange St Lower. There is a step up to this door but we have a temporary ramp that we put out for access requirements. Smock staff will always be on hand to assist.
Scríofa agus curtha i láthair ag Louisa Ní Éideáin, seo seó ina bhfuil Béarla agus Gaeilge fite fuaite. Developed at Scene+Heard, Premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival. Supported by Gorilla Design.
Image Credit: Melanie Mullan