‘Bloody Yesterday’ A New Play By Deirdre Kinahan May 2nd – 28th
Bloody Yesterday is a new play by Deirdre Kinahan written specifically for the magic intimacy of Glass Mask Theatre.
Inspired by a true story, Bloody Yesterday delicately depicts the broken relationship between a Mother and Daughter exploring loss, estrangement, identity, resilience and Motherhood.
Haunted by a ‘nineties’ soundtrack Bloody Yesterday also charts the extraordinary influence of music on memory and the unshakeable bond of family, of love, of blood.
Directed by Rex Ryan, Featuring Elizabeth Moynihan and Sinead Keegan this unique drama asks some very big questions in our very small theatre. Not to be Missed!
Presented by Glass Mask Theatre, in the intimate setting of Bestseller Café 41 Dawson street.
The show previews on Monday 2nd – Tuesday 3rd May 7pm, and runs from Wednesday 4th May – Saturday May 28th 7pm. Tickets €22 / €20 concession are available from glassmasktheatre.com. Early booking is advised due to limited space. This 65-minute piece is not to be missed. For more information on Glass Mask Theatre please visit www.glassmasktheatre.com