Tag Archives: For Your Consideration

My Dad’s Blind.

An irreverent play by Anna Sheils-McNamee (top) about her relationship with her visually impaired father (played by Steve Blount) showing at the Abbey Theatre on the Peacock stage on July 30-31.

Producer Donncha O’Dea writes:

My Dad’s Blind was awarded Best Production at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2018 and is now returning to the Abbey Theatre as part of the Young Curators Festival ahead of a nationwide tour.

Based on Anna’s life, with material sourced from her father John , My Dad’s Blind challenges the perceptions of people with disabilities in today’s society.

My Dad’s Blind (Abbey)

Rainy in Glenageary.

An ‘unorthodox true crime documentary’ which explores the unsolved murder of 17-year Raonaid ‘Rainy’ Murray in Glenageary, County Dublin in 1999.

Directed by Graham Jones.

Sean O’Reilly writes:

Please take a moment to consider our unusual Irish documentary which tries to approach the ‘true crime’ genre in a new way. I understand Broadsheet has done some pieces on Raonaid’s murder in the past so sincere thanks for any attention you might draw to this film.

Previously: Lifting A Silence In The Suburbs

An Overlooked Suspect