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Three Sisters Productions in association with Theatre503 presents

Baby, What Blessings

Written by Siofra Dromgoole
Directed by Imy Wyatt Corner
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£12 Conc. / £15 Adult / ‘Pay What You Can’ Sat. Matinee

RUNNING TIME/NOTICES: 50mins (no interval) / Contains discussion on mental health, consent and race.

“The other day I told someone I didn’t think anyone did 69 between the ages of eighteen and fifty. Before you know what you’re doing, and again when you really know what you’re doing.”

Meet Billie. 19 at the start of the play. Hilariously self aware and hopelessly naïve. She’s at the age where every single new thing she sees causes her to entirely reassess her life. And the largest thing to happen is Amal.

Baby, What Blessings follows the trajectory of a relationship between a white woman and a black man throughout their student years. In the aftermath of first love we find Billie at a crucial moment of growing up; a moment of grappling with honesty and responsibility, and confronting her own naïvety. The play asks how far we are bound by our personal realities, and what listening really means.

Fresh from a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Three Sisters Productions bring Baby, What Blessings to Theatre503.

Siofra Dromgoole

Siofra Dromgoole has written three plays: Walk Swiftly and With Purpose (TheSpace, Drayton Arms, Theatre503, North Wall Arts Centre); If It Didn’t Matter (A St. Edwards/ North Wall Art Centre co-commission), and Baby, What Blessings, which she developed on the Royal Court Introduction to Playwriting group. She lives in Hackney and works part-time in publishing


Artistic Team
Siofra Dromgoole
Imy Wyatt Corner
Assistant Director
Cara Dromgoole
Eliza Bacon
Set Design
Billy Metcalfe
Sound Design
Herbie Homer Warbeck
Poster Design
Sam Hails
Grainne Dromgoole

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“A true showcase of immense talent and creativity” ★★★★★ The Student

“A refreshing reminder to look beyond the drama in our own heads” ★★★★ TheScotsman

“Moving, original, decisive theatre” ★★★★ Broadway Baby

“This challenging & introspective portrayal of first love […] is unflinching in its focus […] an elegantly lucid, achingly honest script” ★★★★ FringeBiscuit 

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