Brokentalkers in association with Project Arts Centre present

Theatre

HAVE I NO MOUTH (2017)

Dates: 05 May - 06 May

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €14 - €16

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A real-life mother and son take a brave, unflinching look at their past and attempt to piece together the truth in the aftermath of a family tragedy.

Breaking all theatrical conventions, Brokentalkers’ Feidlim Cannon and his mother, Ann are joined onstage by their Dublin-based psychotherapist, Erich Keller, who guides them through an exploration of old memories, childhood recollections, and the different ways we can heal ourselves.

Have I No Mouth is a moving and astonishingly unvarnished portrait of grief, and a celebration of the ever-changing relationship between a mother and son.

Brokentalkers (The Blue Boy, Silver Stars, Circus Animals’ Desertion) have been acclaimed internationally for their pioneering approach to theatre. Have I no Mouth continues to explore the world we live in with honesty, originality and courage.

 

“A raw, poignant, and deeply moving piece of excruciatingly honest storytelling.”
Irish Theatre Magazine

“This riveting…show from Brokentalkers…can transform an acutely personal story into something universal.”
The Irish Times

“Raw and at times close to the knuckle…bold in its execution and refreshingly honest.”
The Times

★★★★
Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013

 

Running time: 60 min (no interval)

Warning: Contains strong language

The national tour is produced by Project Arts Centre and funded by the Arts Council. Have I No Mouth was originally produced with funding from an Arts Council Project Award.

Brokentalkers are Project Artists, an initiative of Project Arts Centre

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