Dublin Fringe Festival presents

Theatre

My Dad's Blind by Anna Sheils-McNamee

Dates: 18 Sep - 22 Sep

Show Time: 8.45pm

Tickets: €16 - €14

Preview: 6.15pm, 18 Sept (€11)
Matinee: 1pm, 22 Sept

Inspired by raw audio recordings, this is a true story about Anna’s blind Dad. Examining misplaced pity in all its guises, this is an irreverent look at what happens when a parent loses his sight while his daughter loses her mind. A story about sight-loss, family dysfunction and all the embarrassing, awkward, ridiculous ways they try to get by in a sighted world with a blind Dad and a guide dog that’s just had a stroke.

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Duration: 70 mins

Co-produced with Pan Pan Theatre. Funded by The Arts Council/An Chomairle Ealaíon. Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.

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