One wee girl’s story about family, war, Jesus and Hollywood, Geraldine Hughes’ one woman play is a true story told from Hughes’ perspective as a little girl coming of age in war-torn Belfast of the 1980s.
Playwright and performer Hughes depicts over 20 characters in the multi-award-winning performance, which played to rave reviews in Chicago, Los Angeles, Belfast, London, and New York.
Please note this performance contains strong language and a simulated explosion.
Why not stay after the evening show on Saturday 10th August and join us for added extra for free!*
Find out more about Professor Moore and Future Screens NI here - futurescreens.org/
Professor Paul Moore is the Director of Future Screens NI. Future Screens NI is £13mn project funded by the AHRC via the Industrial Strategy. The purpose of the project is to deliver expert technical skills, opportunity and growth across film and broadcast, animation, games and immersive technologies and industries in Northern Ireland.
*You do not require a separate booking for this event. Your Belfast Blues ticket for Saturday 11th August at 7:45pm is valid for the post show talk and drinks reception. Drinks are subject to availability