Sure, we all get a bit stressed sometimes. We all feel a bit isolated, ashamed, and terrified; convinced that the minutest of our actions may somehow have catastrophic effects on our loved ones..….or is that just me? Sarah was diagnosed with OCD a decade ago. She wants to tell you her story and let you know that there’s much more to it than the stereotypes we see on TV, like obsessive hand-washing (though in her case that’s definitely part of it). A one-woman play about living with OCD, written and directed by Aisling Smith and starring Laura Whelan.
N.B: Use of flashing lights, bad language and strong themes.
Supported by: Arts Council of Ireland
"Laura Whelan’s solo performance is gripping and physically taut, but also warm and humorous."★★★★ The Scotsman
“this important mark in the sand has broad appeal to all of us enduring the human condition” ★★★★ North West End