Tuesday October 27, 2020

Mustard: A powerful metaphor for year of upheaval

Eva O’Connor performs her own work as she explores the anger and anguish of mental illness

20th September, 2020
Eva O’Connor in Mustard, a play more about madness than heartbreak. Picture: Jassy Earl

Mustard

Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage

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