A sometimes comic, sometimes heartbreaking journey into the world of autism. Inspired by the writer's own experiences with autism, the play celebrates autistic identity whilst offering deeper insight and understanding to non-autistic audiences.
Leaving the Ladies is based on an actual event which took place on 11 December 1917 in the bathroom beside the Round Room in the Mansion House, Dublin. This was no chance meeting of a group of ladies in the lavatory; instead it was an organised and minuted meeting of Women Delegates to the All Ireland Conference.
Love, sex and death are the components in this story of the love of two young people which reaches across the barriers of family and convention. It encompasses great love, high drama, low comedy and a tragic ending.
An esteemed army general is driven to madness and murder. Othello, by William Shakespeare, is a political drama that illustrates the deadly consequences of passion, betrayal and jealousy. The sudden marriage of a Moor general and a senator's daughter generates internal conflicts compounded by the manipulations of an unsuspecting party.