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A woman stands in front of the arch of a building, throwing up papers triumphantly. She wears a purple shirt and green skirt and looks head on into the camera as papers scatter around her.

Accessible Children’s Theatre: The Making of Mollie at the Ark

23 Feb - 16 Mar 2024

The Ark Theatre, 11A Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.



The Ark presents a bold new adaption for children aged 8+ by author Anna Carey of her first historical novel, The Making of Mollie.

In 1912 Dublin, 14-year-old Mollie Carberry’s life is pretty boring. That is, until she discovers that her older sister Phyllis is a secret suffragette! Mollie starts to realise just how unfair the world can be – and she wants to do something about it. When Mollie and her friend Nora get involved in the movement, they must face an important question: just how far should a girl go for her beliefs? This charming and witty new play invites you to step into a very different time and join Mollie as she begins her journey to find her place in the world.

The Ark are hosting a series of accessible performances of The Making of Mollie, which can be booked at the Ark’s website, ark.ie. For more information please email boxoffice@ark.ie or telephone 01 670 77 88.

Relaxed Performances

Friday 8 March at 10.15am and 12.15pm and Saturday 9 March at 2pm.

ISL Interpreted Performances

Sunday 3 March at 4pm

Audio Description and Touch Tour

Sun 10 March at 4pm
(Touch Tours begin 45mins before the show at 3.15pm)

Image courtesy of the Ark, photo by Ste Murrary.


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