It was a night of celebration at The Mill Theatre, Dundrum, as the red carpet was rolled out for the opening night of ‘Sisters’ the musical.
Sisters is the title of a groundbreaking new Irish musical that celebrates the pioneering women of the past, while paying homage to those who lit the fire of change in Ireland.
This new musical tells the story of a fictional single mother, Bernadette Boland and her sisters Noleen and Kathleen, against the backdrop of a changing Ireland of the 1970s. The brewing culture of revolution at Gajs Restaurant on Baggot Street sets the context for the personal story of Bernadette’s journey to empowerment and her search for “Home”.
Described as “both entertaining and deeply moving”, Sisters celebrates the pioneering women of the past while paying homage to those who lit the fire of change in Ireland.
Sisters, will run at the dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum until October 8th See milltheatre.ie
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