Theatre: Joyce’s Women at the Abbey Theatre, audio described, captioned, ISL and touch tour performances
6 - 8 Oct 2022 (Past)
written by Edna O’Brien
at the Abbey Theatre as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2022
A co-production between the Abbey Theatre and Eilene Davidson Productions
Written by Edna O’Brien and directed by Conall Morrison
“James Joyce had been my ultimate hero for sixty years, but to paint the canvas of his life was daunting. Therefore I decided to depict him as seen by the key figures in his life- Mother, Wife, Mistress of a fleeting moment, his patron Harriet Weaver and his beloved Daughter Lucia, of whom he said her mind was but a transparent leaf away from his.” – Edna O’Brien
One of Ireland’s greatest contemporary writers turns her attention to the life of one of the country’s greatest novelists, in a powerful new play Joyce’s Women.
Written for the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Ulysses, this world premiere from Edna O’Brien gives voice to the women who were central to the life of James Joyce.
ISL performance on 6 October at 7.30pm
Captioned performance on 8 October at 2pm
Audio described performance on 8 October at 2pm with Touch Tour of Stage and Set beforehand at 12pm
Touch Tour: For visually impaired patrons and their companions to explore the set, costumes and props.
To book contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 87 87 222.
Please Note: If you are blind or visually impaired and require a headset for the Audio Description, please contact the Abbey Box Office team.
You can email them at email@example.com or call (01) 8787222.
Headsets are limited so booking is essential.
On the Abbey stage as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival, this audacious world premiere is directed by Conall Morrison.
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