Love, sex, birth, death and salsa classes. Three generations of women tell us their story of one extraordinary year. Party girl Amber has brutal indigestion that the sambucas won’t shift. Lorraine loses it at work and is shipped off to see the ‘head doctor’. While Granny Kay ‘toys with the idea of Kermit’ scratching an itch that Gem no longer can.
Be prepared to be enthralled and entertained in this revealing, poignant and hilarious play. Little Gem, by Elaine Murphy swept the boards during its sell out run as part of the 2008 Dublin Fringe Festival. It was also the surprise hit of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that year and the first ever Irish production to receive the prestigious Carol Tambor Award.
'Made me laugh and cry with pleasure... It's a blast' Time Out