Three years ago, a theatre maker set out to investigate woman’s tireless pursuit of alone time. She presents her findings, veering between texts by great female thinkers, banal thoughts about crockery, and intimate vignettes from a marriage.
No Woman is an Island is a meditation on geographies of the Self. A play on the performance lecture, the wry fragmented text explores the worth and nature of 'doing' and who we are when finally left alone.
Previews in Galway before transferring to Dublin Theatre Festival .
Duration: 60 mins. No interval
Warning: Possible strobe lighting, reference to death, miscarriage & abortion