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ABBEY THEATRE

Ironbound

BY MARTYNA MAJOK

All performances are currently sold out. Please contact our Box Office to be placed on the waiting list.

Email boxoffice@dublintheatrefestival.ie or Phone +353 1 677 8439

3 – 14 Oct

Abbey Theatre, on the Peacock stage

€13 – €25

90 mins, no interval

Country: Ireland

”Ms. Majok’s perceptive drama, with its bone-dry humor and vivid characters, illustrates how vulnerable people like Darja are, hostages to the vagaries of chance, unless they can manage to climb out of poverty.“
— Charles Isherwood, New York Times

Over the course of two decades and three relationships, Darja’s humour, tenacity and closely-guarded dreams have helped her to survive as an immigrant worker in a beat-up New Jersey town.

Now she’s standing at a bus stop, reckoning with a precarious future, while American prosperity rushes by without her.

Written by Martyna Majok (winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize and nominee for the 2023 Tony Award for Best Play), Ironbound is a stirring and darkly funny portrait of a woman navigating the perils and possibilities of a radically changing world.

Accessible Perfomances:
Irish Sign Language interpreted performance

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