With another year of Arts Grant Funding in place thanks to the generous support of The Arts Council of Ireland, 2023 will see further touring of Groove, babyGROOVE and the return of the hugely successful hydropool show Sing Me To The Sea (back in the water!) – all touring to The Network For Extraordinary Audiences, now in its 3rd year – as well as further substantial artist/artform development with four mini R&D projects happening in littletinySPACE2.

Led by musician Eamon Sweeney and also funded by the Arts Council, Anna is delighted to be part of BabyLovesMusic which tours across Ireland in Summer 2023.

And in autumn 2023, I Am Baba will tour for fourteen weeks to more than 1000 babies, visiting 20 counties in Ireland in partnership with venues across the country and with the national network of CYPSC.

Thanks to Creative Ireland funding through Wicklow County Arts Office we’re also undertaking a week’s R&D on The Sound Of Things – a new show for children with complex needs!



20-21 March            An Grianán, Letterkenny

25-26 March           The Gate Theatre, Dublin

28-29 March           The Civic, Tallaght (off-site presentation)

30 March – 1 April    Draiocht, Blanchardstown

4-5 April                    Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge

14-15 April                Roscommon Arts Centre

18-19 April                Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo

20-21 April                Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick

24-25 April               Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray


rehearsal residency in St Catherine’s School, Newcastle

13-15 March

St Vincent’s Special School, Dublin in partnership with Draiocht

22-24 March

Little Angels Special School, Letterkenny in partnership with An Grianán

26-18 April

St Cecilia’s Special School, Sligo in partnership with Hawk’s Well