The Prodigal Daughter

26 August, 3pm - 4:30pm

Booking Required
  • Pearse Museum / St. Enda's Park
  • Pearse Museum
  • Co. Dublin – South Dublin

Written by Francis Sheehy-Skeffington in 1914, this comic play tells the story of an Irish suffragette who campaigns for women’s right to vote against the objections of her conservative family.

To mark the centenary of women' s suffrage in Ireland, the Rathfarnahm Theatre Group will perform 'The Prodigal Daughter' by Francis Sheehy-Skeffington. First performed in 1914, this comic play tells the story of an Irish suffragette who campaigns for women’s right to vote against the objections of her conservative family.

Admission & Booking

  • Admission Free
    • to book contact 01 4934208

Access & Parking

  • Suitable for Children under 12
  • Car Parking Available