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for a previous production "Strong storytelling, honesty, and humour are at the core of this new solo play in which Wren explores what it is to grow up, accept loss, be vulnerable, and celebrate the past, however painful...A beautifully nuanced piece of new writing. She moves fluidly between addressing the audience directly and creating scenes with her colleagues, family, brother, and others...A warm and witty play that addresses the sensitive topic of loss through a character and story that we could all identify with." Full Review
for a previous production “A darkly witty tale…The play is full of unexpected twists and turns and Stapleton’s ability to make lightning shifts in tone...is skilled and hilarious…Stapleton’s cow is superb…We care about her almost as much as we do about Siobhan. For all the witty lines and hilarity there is also a sense of the hardships of a farming life in rural Ireland…All of which adds a sense of depth and contributes to the dramatic climax of the play…This is a delicious and witty piece of lunchtime theatre." Full Review