Kind Words Spoken

‘It is impossible to walk out from this highly sophisticated piece of theatre without a smile on your face’ - Irish Theatre Magazine

Collapsing Horse Theatre Company presents



Dates: 24 Jul - 25 Jul

Show Time: 1.00pm

Tickets: €10 - €8

Human Child, inspired by W.B Yeat’s The Stolen Child, is a beautiful, enchanting and highly exciting piece of theatre for the whole family.

The story of a girl who struggles to be true to herself while growing up, she is pulled to become someone else – but as the story magically unfolds, she discovers a world where she is celebrated for just being herself.

Collapsing Horse use live music, puppetry, and a magnificent set to present this piece full of innocence, energy and comedy.

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