Alice Malseed & Sarah Baxter as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe present



Dates: 05 Sep - 11 Sep

Show Time: 2.00pm

Tickets: €10 - €12

Dates: 6 – 11 September

Preview: 5 September

Growing up, Alice was promised the world. What happened?

This one-woman show will rollercoaster you through ten years of her life from Belfast to London.

Fuelled by the rawness of the city, it’s about mind-numbing minimum wage jobs, late nights, early mornings and having a really great time.

It’s about questioning everything and the whole world shattering around us.

Jellyfish is an intimate explosion of confessional new writing about what it means to be from Generation Y.

With music, movement and a contemporary performance style, Alice will guide you on a journey through this effervescent chaos. It’s savage.


Running time: 50 min

Please be advised that this performance contains moderate use of strong language.


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