A poignant play set in rural Eastern Nigeria.
A young widow and new mother grapples with grief as she returns to her father’s home. Struggling with city life, she seeks solace in the familiar surroundings of her childhood. As she navigates the complexities of healing and motherhood, her relationship with her father becomes increasingly turbulent.
Through this emotional journey, she discovers her own values and ideals for raising her son, ultimately finding strength in adversity while offering an intimate glimpse into Nigerian culture and family dynamics. Dive into this gripping play exploring healing, family ties, and the power of self-discovery amidst life’s challenges.
Written and Directed by Dagogo Hart.
Performed by Esther James, Timothy Orimolusi, Yomi Ogunyemi and Sodiq Abiola.
Composition by Adam Garret.
Lighting by Matt McGowan.
Developed at FRINGE LAB. Supported by Big Ambitions: a FRINGE LAB & Fishamble: The New Play company partnership.
Duration: 90 mins
Preview 19 September, 18:00, €11
Performances 20 – 23 September, 18:00, €15/€13
22 & 23 September, 13:00, €15/€13
Run time – 1 hour 45 mins
Image credit: Annie Spratt
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