The Seamster’s Daughter

The Seamster’s Daughter

Smock Alley Theatre, Monday 15th April - Saturday 4th May 2019

The Seamster's Daughter – Megan always dreamt of meeting her birth father, but after discovering she was conceived through rape she sets out in search of a monster. Through Megan's story Glass Mask presents a challenging and conflicting drama that looks at consent, choice and the right to life. We all know what she should do, but what would you do…?

After the success of Glass Mask Theatre‘s debut production Idlewild by Jimmy Murphy, Smock Alley's company-in-residence invites you back to the Boys' School for Jimmy's latest play.


Date:
Monday 15th April - Saturday 4th May 2019
Time:
3.00pm | 8.00pm
Price:
€15 | €18
Address:
Smock Alley Theatre, 1662, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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