Our New Girl: Bleak, thriller-like tale takes scalpel to cosy idea of motherhood

The Gate Theatre’s production of Nancy Harris’s desperately sad play unfolds like a thriller, but feels like a tragedy

15th March, 2020
Our New Girl: Bleak, thriller-like tale takes scalpel to cosy idea of motherhood
Catherine Walker, Bláithín Mac Gabhann and Aidan McArdle in Our New Girl, a gripping and well-crafted reflection on contemporary life. Picture: Ros Kavanagh

Our New Girl

Gate Theatre, Dublin

Rating: ****

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