MaDam premiered at the Clonmel Junction Festival and was sold out at the 2011 Absolute Dublin Fringe Festival

Devised and performed by Rosie O Regan, Keshet Zur, Fiona Dowling and Eléonore Nicolas

Directed by Eléonore Nicolas

Playing is easy for children. But somewhere along the way, we lose touch with this ability. We become very good at thinking and worrying about our life instead of living it. MaDam is the story of three women who decide to relearn the joys of playing. An endearing physical theatre piece, celebrating life while subverting archetypes of femininity with gentle humour and playful imagery.

Devised and performed by Keshet Zur, Rosie O' Regan, Fiona Dowling & Eleonore Nicolas.

'In 2009 Eléonore Nicolas won Fringe audiences over with her beautiful production “A Spoonful of Silence”. This year she is back with a new show, which promises to be just as warm, engaging and visually captivating'.

'Eleonore Nicolas creates images of quiet ethereal beauty that stay with you long after the performance has finished.'

Rosie Goan - Festival Director

MaDam Audio clip.mp3

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