Salad Day
Published in volume Irish Shorts
First Staged:
The Fairer Sex play-readings, The Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2009

Salad Day

By Deirdre Kinahan
Published in volume Irish Shorts

A short play about an elderly couple who, trapped in a nursing home, plot a daring escape into the sunshine.

Deirdre Kinahan's Salad Day was first performed as a rehearsed reading at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in 2009.

It was later developed and expanded into a full-length play, Halcyon Days, which was premiered at the Dublin Theatre Festival in October 2012.

Published in volume Irish Shorts

Also by Deirdre Kinahan:

Halcyon Days
The Unmanageable Sisters
The Saviour
Raging: Three Plays/Seven Years of Warfare in Ireland
Raging: Embargo
Wild Notes
Raging: Wild Sky
Deirdre Kinahan: Shorts
Rathmines Road
Bé Carna
An Old Song, Half Forgotten
Hue & Cry
Raging: Outrage

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