Storytelling, New Writing

Hero/Banlaoch


Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024

(1-25 Aug: 5:30pm)

Growing up, Sinéad O'Brien's dad was a hero right out of the Irish myths he told his daughter – stories of warriors, shapeshifters and magic wells. But as Sinéad grows up and her father relapses into addiction, they are both forced to re-examine the stories they told themselves.

Expertly combining Irish epics with personal stories, Sinéad's storytelling is 'nourishment for the soul' ***** (EdFestMag.com).

A sequel-of-sorts to 2023's No One Is Coming, which you can catch in the main Theatre space for two nights only this August:
'This is storytelling as it should be' ***** (Herald).
'A masterpiece' ***** (EdFringeReview.com).

Preview: 1 Aug
2 for 1: 5 & 6 Aug
Relaxed: 16 Aug


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    • £8.00 - £12.00
    • 1-25 August 2024
    • 60 minutes
    • Scottish Storytelling Centre Fringe
    • subvenue George Mackay Brown Library
    • 14+
    • warning
      Contains distressing or potentially triggering themes, Strong language/swearing
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