6, 8, 9 Jan 9.00pm
7 Jan 7.00pm
A twisted, tender comedy about bringing your demons to life.
Bobby is taking charge. Keeping her demons sweet, minding her inner baba and trying to deal with Mammy too.
Bobby knows that ignoring the voices won’t make them go away, but she can’t figure out whether she needs to kill the baba or give it some nice sugary tea.
Mammy’s busy making monsters, there are strangers at the door and Little Bobby’s left a fresh mess on the pillow.
A deliciously dark tale brought to you by Camille Lucy Ross and Kelly Shatter.
“a hugely entertaining piece of theatre … both hilarious and touching … incredibly relatable”
The Public Reviews
“brimming with creepiness in the best way”
Winner of the Tiger Dublin Fringe First Fortnight Award 2015
Post-Show Discussion: 6 January
Running time: 60 min
Brazen Tales Productions was founded in 2011 by Camille Lucy Ross. The company aims to create bold productions which both challenge and entertain audiences. With a particular passion for dark comedy, Brazen Tales strongly believes that humour can be used to invite people into conversation around darker issues, subverting ideas and examining them afresh.
First Fortnight runs a national mental health and wellness arts festival at the beginning of each new year aimed at challenging mental health stigma, education and awareness.
First Fortnight is also a mental health services provider; in 2013, they launched a centre for creative therapies employing a number of psychotherapists with the support of HSE and philanthropic funding.
For more on First Fortnight, visit their website.
For more on First Fortnight Festival at Project Arts Centre, click here.
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