Myra’s Story – Cancelled
The smash hit of the last three Edinburgh Fringes. Playing to packed houses, standing ovations and fivestar reviews, MYRA’S STORY has been described by many as the finest, funniest, most heartbreaking piece of theatre they have ever seen. The incredible story of middle-aged homeless alcoholic Myra McLaughlin, living rough on the streets of Dublin. As she begs from passers-by at her regular spot by Ha’Penny Bridge, Myra recreates her rollercoaster backstory. Playing all the characters, acting out all the hilarious/tragic/heart-breaking events in her life that have taken her to this pitiful state. You’ll laugh with Myra. You’ll cry with Myra. What you’ll never do … is forget Myra.
Read what audience members and professional critics have said:
“Astonishing and sublime! Quite simply the greatest modern Irish play I have ever seen.” 5***** L. PARKER, AUDIENCE.
“Just come out of this wonderful play. Completely immersed. Times you could hear a pin drop. Loud laughter in other parts. Been attending theatre for 30 years and adore it. But never seen anything to compare on an emotional scale to this.” 5***** LYNDSEY STODDART, AUDIENCE.
“Five stars are not enough to do it justice! Hosannas are what Hewitt-Twamley and Derry playwright
Brian Foster deserve for this soul-searing drama about those we pass by every day.” 5***** SCOTTISH DAILY MAIL.
“Will wring laughter and tears from even the stoniest of hearts.” 5***** BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE.
“Never has a live performance left me speechless. 90 minutes of sheer brilliance. Laughter and tears a lot of so remember to take a box of tissues.” 5***** GRACE GALLAGHER, AUDIENCE.