Roderick Ford’s ‘Daughter of God’


Roderick Ford’s new magic-realist play, Daughter of God, is opening at The Granary Theatre in Cork from the 8th to the 11th March (from 8.00pm) presented by Asylum Productions in association with Cork Opera House, UCC Granary Theatre and Once Off Productions, and supported by The Arts Council, ADI and Fishamble’s New Play Clinic. 

In the play, Yulia, a single mother, has three daughters, two of whom are disabled: one has crippled legs, the other is brain-damaged and kept in a cage.  In the world outside their flat, an emergent fascist state is brutally “cleansing” disabled people from society…

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