Father’s Day is three fathers airing their dirty laundry. The playtext is co-authored by three artists born in Ireland, Israel and Zimbabwe and directed by New York based John Jesurun.
Set in a laundromat, it looks at three fathers who came of age in the politically charged sixties and seventies, and how these men now relate to their children, their mortality and the contemporary world.
Funded by the Arts Council and supported by Irish Arts Center, NYC.
5 Oct, 10am, 11am & 12pm