Who fears to speak of Repeal?

Maz and Bricks is an important, timely play, but, crucially, it is also a really enjoyable one

Eva O’Connor and Stephen Jones in Fishamble’s Maz and Bricks Pic: Patrick Redmond

Maz and Bricks

Project Arts Centre

Until May 13


Irish theatre has been slow to respond to the biggest political issue facing women in Ireland today: the continued denial of bodily autonomy by the Irish constitution, which privileges the life of the unborn child over the mother who carries her.

Arthur Riordan’s recent historical musical The Train, which just finished a short national tour, co-opted the campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment ...