Fast Intent Presents Zelda. A new play based on the life and writings of Zelda Fitzgerald. PREMIERES June 3rd - 14th @ Theatre Upstairs. Zelda Sayre started out as a Southern belle, became an international sensation, and died by fire in a psychiatric hospital. Alongside her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald, she helped to define the Jazz Age; talented, indulgent and free. Fast Intent brings her exhilarating story to the stage in this new, one woman show by Eddie Naughton. From her hospital room, Zelda recounts the years spent in New York and Paris, summers on the Riviera, nights with Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, Cole Porter. Zelda was the life and soul of the biggest party of the twentieth century, but with those highs came the lows of alcoholism, mental illness and thwarted ambition. Zelda was the first flapper, a socialite, a fashion icon, a wife, a mother, a dancer, a writer, a painter as well as Fitzgerald’s muse. Don’t miss this chance to enjoy the extraordinary life, the biting wit and the tragic end of a true original. Performed by Sharon Coade Directed by Sarah Finlay Set Design by Aoife Fealy Lighting Design by Eoghan Carrick Sound Design by Nessa Matthews Graphic Design by Ste Murray Produced by Gerard Adlum and Keith Thompson DATES: Tuesday, June 3rd - Saturday, June 14th 1PM Performances: Tuesday - Saturday (June 3rd - 7th / June 10th - 14th) 7PM Performances: Thursday - Saturday (June 5th - 7th / June 12th - 14th) Tickets: €10 / €8 (student concession) Includes light lunch at 1PM performances.