‘I was really nervous when my parents saw it the first time. They’re very liberal people, but I was worried’
Actor and playwright Kate Stanley Brennan comes from a well-known Irish theatre family - but that only makes things more complex now that she’s brought her semi-autobiographical play Walk For Me to the stage
Kate Stanley Brennan knows she has to be careful with her words in this interview.
The Irish actor and playwright has arrived today to the Clarence Hotel in Dublin to talk about the new production of her play, Walk For Me, which she wrote and in which she plays a starring role. Dressed down, in a casual blue top, her blonde-dyed hair pulled back in a knot, Brennan, 35, looks every inch the busy theatre-maker...
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