Living rough on the streets of Dublin, middle-aged Myra McLaughlin is a foul-mouthed, feisty, street drinker. She is also immensely funny and self-deprecating. Playing a whole range of characters, she gives an hilarious, moving, and ultimately heart-breaking re-enactment of her fall from grace from fresh-faced teen bride, to her pitiful condition of today.
"Five stars are not enough to do it justice!” – Scottish Daily Mail (★★★★★)
“Will wring laughter and tears from even the stoniest of hearts.” – British Theatre Guide (★★★★★)
“Myra’s Story should be the talk of the fringe.” – Broadway Baby (★★★★★)