Set off on a journey through dirty Europe with the Irish performer Oona Doherty who struggles to purify the image of the mankind. All types of characters that she finds among Irish stereotypes will parade in front of you, it is Ireland scarred by the civil war, unemployment and economy crisis. The hunt for hope leads the performer to the very border of physical theatre – through movement and sound she transforms in various beings discovering ideals of mankind, self-assurance, ethics and nostalgia. Accompanied by the Baroque composition Miserere (Gregorio Allegri), teetering on the fine line between tragedy and comedy, violence and innocence, modern interpretation of Baroque principles. Juggling the conflicting contrasts, Oona Doherty brings them into harmony while strong emotions fuse into poetry.