Amy Redmond uses acting and creative writing to help adults with mental-health issues.
Chaos Factory’s show Kiss Kiss Slap Slap is scheduled to run at Smock Alley Theatre from 11 to 15 September as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.
The nine-act play, directed by John Doyle, is scheduled for its Dublin debut at the Smock Alley Theatre in late July.
In John Farrell’s new play, he tells the story of his life – born in Ireland, moved by the Sisters of Mercy to New York – up to the age of 25, when his first real love was murdered.
“The stigma of being an addict is huge, so for me it was getting the voice of the addict out there in a meaningful way,” says playwright Lisa Walsh.
Split into four vignettes, the play “The Assassination of Pope Urban II” tackles religion, death, decay, and disability.