A new, heart-warmingly funny yet poignant play starring Pauline O’Driscoll (Smalltown, The Young Offenders) in which Mam shares her hilarious take on motherhood, sexuality, grief, infidelity, ageing, love, lust and loneliness.
A female-centric piece that will appeal to all. A contemporary reimagining of Shakespeare’s most famous soliloquy – but from a Mam’s point of view!
Finally touring in Ireland for the first time having garnered rave reviews and been nominated BEST NEW PLAY at its World Premiere at Brighton Fringe Festival in 2019.
Written by Pauline O’Driscoll & Mark Evans
Directed by Tom Kibbe
Performed by Pauline O’Driscoll
“MUST SEE SHOW … wondrously inventive exploration of motherhood, grief, lust, heartbreak and joy….”– Simon Jenner, FringeReview
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