A woman, mother of eight and wife of an unfaithful husband lies on her death bed surveying her life and imagining what could have been.
‘Happiness! Everyone thinks they have a god-given right to it. Sure it’s only a recent invention of the Sunday papers.’
Full of black humour and brutal honesty Woman and Scarecrow is a passionate and moving lament for a life half lived. Don’t miss your chance to see this remarkable play by one of Ireland’s leading playwrights.
Gina Moxley nominated as Best Actress for the Irish Times Awards.
“A significant play about human frailty and the rituals of death, perhaps the most interesting new Irish play of the past few years” - The Sunday Tribune
"This is a play that seeps into your very bones, making you realise that in squandering love we squander the best part of ourselves" - The Guardian