It's 2001. The world has changed irreparably and somewhere in the middle of Ireland, a girl fights for the meaty role of Mary of Nazareth in the school nativity. This is a show about righting a wrong and looking like you want it enough. Light a candle for a ticket.
From the star of RTÉ‘s Nowhere Fast and as heard on The Guilty Feminist and BBC Radio 4's Grownup Land.
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