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Breeding

Full-Length Play, Drama  /  1w, 2m

Zeb & Eoin have met, kissed, fallen in love, moved in, got married... What’s next?

  • Cast Size
    Cast Size
    1w, 2m
  • Audience
    Target Audience
    Adult

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Summary

Zeb & Eoin have met, kissed, fallen in love, moved in, got married... What’s next?

Zeb will be Fun Daddy.

Eoin will be Serious Daddy.

Beth’s job is to decide if they get to be Daddies at all.

Together they navigate the exposing road to adoption, forced to lay bare fears and secrets, all in the hope of being deemed ‘appropriate’ parents.

Breeding received its world premiere on 19th April 2023 at the King’s Head Theatre, Islington, London, presented by Gabriella Sills Productions in association with Mark Gatiss.

History
Breeding received its world premiere on 19 April 2023 at the King’s Head Theatre.
BETH – British, thirties
EOIN – Irish, thirties
ZEB – British, thirties
  • Time Period Contemporary, Present Day, New Millennium/21st Century
  • Features Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

Media

“A Solidly emotional tale.” — The Reviews Hub

“Beautiful, honest, and raw storytelling done terrifically well.” — Theatre Weekly

Licensing & Materials

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Authors

Barry McStay

Barry McStay is an Irish writer and actor based in London.

His first play, Our Island (dir. Maisie Lee) ran at the Project Arts Centre at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2015. It was nominated for 5 Dublin Fringe Awards and shortlisted for a Writers Guild of Ireland Award. Vesper ...

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