banner image of poster for Monday's Child

 

Monday’s Child tells a simple poetic story of the unique bond between an old woman and a little girl. Together in a dream-like garden, they sing and dance and dress up as they joyously explore a treasure trove of memories.

This sensitive, imaginative yet funny story explores how we make and store memories as we grow up and discover the world; how these shape who we are, and how they help us to meet the challenges of growing old.

Written by award-winning writer Brendan Murray, Monday’s Child has been made especially for children aged 4+ years, their families and teachers.

School Performances:

Monday 6th October to Friday 17th October
Daily at 10:00am & 11:30am
Tickets: €6.00 /€5.00 for school & pre-school groups

Family Performances:

Saturday 11th & Saturday 18th October at 2.30pm & 4:00pm
Tickets: €6.00
Family of 4: €20.00

Bookings: 056 7751266

A play for children aged 4+, their families and teachers.

Running time: 35 minutes approximately.

06Oct2014 Iseult Casey  and Noelle Brown in Monday's Child, Barnstorm's new play for children age 4+ and their families. Saturday 11th October at 2.30pm and 4.00pm in The Barn Theatre, Church Lane, Kilkenny. Bookings: 056 7751266.Picture: Dylan Vaughan

Actors Iseult Casey and Noelle Brown in Monday’s Child

The ProductionProduction History
Actor 1: Noelle BrownThe Barn, Kilkenny Mon 6th - Fri 10th October: 10am & 11:30am
Actor 2: Iseult CaseyMon 13th - Fri 17th October: 10am & 11:30am
Writer: Brendan MurraySat 11th October: 2:30pm & 4:00pm
Director: Philip HardySat 18th October: 2:30pm & 4:00pm
Set Designer: Andrew Clancy
Composer: Jack Cawley Mullingar Arts Centre
044 93 47777
Tue 21st October: 9.45am & 11.00am
Movement Director: Monica BieniekWed 22nd October: 10am & 11.30am
Lighting Designer: Mark GalioneMill Theatre, Dundrum
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Sun 26th October: 2.30pm & 4.30pm
Costume Designer: Miriam Duffy
Graphic Designer: Alé Mercado
Stage Manager: Steve Rider
Production Manager: Vincent Dempsey
Assistant Director: Ita Morrissey