"Showcases a creative ensemble working at the top of their game. With its cornucopia of closely observed details, Aoife Fealy’s clever set design was given depth and atmosphere by Maggie Donovan’s evocative lighting design. Against which director Jeda de Brí brought Katie McCann’s wonderful script to life with a heightened degree of theatricality. With snappy transitions, clever staging and some innovative use of props, de Brí crafts a highly physical, well paced production." 

 - Cirque de Reves (Irish Examiner)

“...dazzlingly effective, a clear-sighted little examination of the reality of some “mother-love"... it's tautly directed by de Brí, with an excellent set by Aoife Fealy"

 - Slippers (Emer O'Kelly, Sunday Independent)

" Aoife Fealy’s design does an admirable job of amassing bric-a-brac, while de Brí manoeuvres the siblings carefully and confrontationally around the debris"

 - Slippers (Peter Crawley, Irish Times)

"Upon entering the theatre, we are first met with a rather impressive setting, created in the significantly small playing space.The lighting manipulates the space to become comparable to a padded cell, which is where we meet the enigmatic Zelda Fitzgerald."

 - Zelda (

"Aoife Fealy has created a wonderful set once again..."
- Zelda (Red Curtain Review)

"A gloomily atmospheric play..." - Spectres (Michael Moffet, Irish Mail)

"suitably atmospheric" - Jekyll and Hyde (The Sunday Times)