Imirt Le Do Thoil (Play Please) is a group exhibition by artists Amanda Jane Graham, Myra Jago and Nicole Tilley exploring through print, drawing, painting and sculpture, the dramatic shifts within contemporary society and the resultant extreme impact upon childhood experience. The exhibition draws focus on how we, as a society, are witness to the changing physical, emotional, psychological and social development of children. This is particularly an Irish problem, as the Celtic Tiger and its many dreadful planning decisions have helped generate and establish a multitude of treacherous environments and neighbourhoods to the detriment of much-loved childhood hangouts. It is also worth noting that while we witness an age where technology is seen to have an unending upside, it always comes at a cost. Imirt Le Do Thoil, through the work of these three artists, is purposely low-tech and playful as it examines and highlights the traditions and freedoms of childhood and childhood environments, which are rapidly disappearing. This exhibition is mischievous, engaging and thought provoking, with the capacity to instigate collective experience and communal concern.