Join us online for for a free sharing of our film capture of Damn Cheek’s recent early years schools tour of Monday’s Child – a simple, poetic, magical production about memory – for children aged 3 to 7, their families, friends and teachers.


  • Thursday 28 April 2022, 7.30pm to 8.30pm
  • Saturday 30 April 2022, 11am to 12pm

Venue: Online, via Zoom (You will not need to download any software to take part)

About Monday’s Child

Monday’s Child is a fully designed and staged performance production enriched by participatory workshops and educational resource material. We captured the show over 2 public performances for our archive purposes. But we thought it might be fun to share this beautiful show with our audience too, to help us celebrate the launch of our Crowdfunder page!

The 45-minute show tells a simple and poetic story of the unique bond between an old woman and a little girl. Together in a dream-like garden, they sing, play, dance and dress up as they joyously explore a treasure trove of memories. Original, inspirational and culturally rich, the production is a magical mix of movement, music and beautiful design.

The story explores how people learn, remember, grow older and cope with the challenges of recall and retention. Brendan Murray, the multi-award-winning writer of Monday’s Child, found his initial inspiration from a colleague whose mother-in-law had Alzheimer’s – as a result, Brendan became interested in the relationship between different generations as memory changes with age.

Watch our 5-minute teaser trailer video about the production: A glimpse into Monday’s Child.

More about this online event

Please note you will not need to download any software to take part, or to be technically savvy in any way.

Once you’ve booked your free ticket, on the day of the event itself (90 minutes before show start time) Ticketsource will email you a link to this live online viewing. Then you’ll just need to click on the link any time from 10 minutes before showtime!

Other online productions

This event is part of a series of regular online events we’re running.

Find out more about our other online productions.