Myra's Story Tickets
The smash hit of the last three Edinburgh Fringes. Playing to packed houses, standing ovations and five star reviews, MYRA’S STORY has been described by many as the finest, funniest, most heartbreaking piece of theatre they have ever seen. The incredible story of middle-aged homeless alcoholic Myra McLaughlin, living rough on the streets of Dublin. As she begs from passers-by at her regular spot by Ha’Penny Bridge, Myra recreates her rollercoaster backstory. Playing all the characters, acting out all the hilarious/tragic/heart-breaking events in her life that have taken her to this pitiful state. You’ll laugh with Myra. You’ll cry with Myra. What you’ll never do … is forget Myra.
Age restrictionThis production is suitable for ages 14+.
Running time1 hr 50 mins (including interval)
Performance dates19 September 2023 - 18 October 2023.
ContentMyra's Story contains strong language throughout and deals with adult themes; as a result, it is not recommended for under-14s.
PAY NO FEES Valid for all performances 3 - 11 October 2023. Book by 11 October 2023.
Myra’s Story - Myra’s long road to London
One of the most touching and heartwarming plays in recent memory, Brian Foster’s masterpiece Myra’s Story has won praise from critics for three years in a row at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The production will move to London’s Trafalgar Theatre this autumn, and will also be raising awareness for the homeless charity The Connection. Please note that Myra’s Story will play the slots when Jersey Boys isn’t performing. Jersey Boys will continue its hugely successful run at Trafalgar Theatre! Tickets for Myra’s Story are available now, book yours today!
3 Aug, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
News / Interviews / Q & A
Interview with star of Myra’s Story Fíonna Hewitt-Twamley
The moving story of Myra, a homeless Dublin street drinker has been captivating audiences for almost five years. The heart-warming tale of Myra’s Story will come to the London stage for the first time this autumn starring Fíonna Hewitt-Twamley.
2 Aug, 2023 | By Nicky Sweetland