15 & 22 June
11am & 3pm
(See below for locations)
Various libraries throughout Cork city
Free but booking essential due to limited capacity
Full wheelchair access and bathroom on site. Full access for visually Impaired, guide dogs welcome. Lift access to upper floors if required.
Nona is lonely. She has had to move in with her Aunt and her cousins. Miss Happiness and Miss Flower, two Japanese dolls, have arrived by post, they are lonely too. Perhaps by making a proper Japanese doll’s house, Nona can turn this new place into a home for everyone. Exploring the challenge of change – how curiosity, bravery and books can help to overcome almost anything.
Directed and adapted by Deirdre Dwyer for 6 - 8 year olds, from the book by Rumer Godden, with performances by Rosie O’Regan and Julie Sharkey, and hand-crafted puppets by Olan Wrynn.
15 June - 11am, Douglas Library / 3pm, Grand Parade Library
22 June - 11am, Blackpool Library / 3pm, Grand Parade Library
Schools performances will take place in Mayfield, Douglas, Bishopstown, Tory Top, Glanmire, Holyhill and Ballincollig libraries.
Made possible with the kind support of the Arts Council, Cork Midsummer Festival, Cork City Libraries, UCC Dept. of Theatre, Graffiti Theatre company, and The Everyman, Cork. BrokenCrow Theatre Company are theatre artists in residence at The Everyman, 2018-2019.