Humour and storytelling tell a story of what takes us to breaking point
£11.50 / £9.50 conc / £6.50 students
‘They say that the person you are at eighteen defines who you are going to become…’
A new hard-hitting verbatim play that explores how the impact of childhood experiences shape men’s adult lives, and the journey it takes them on. Blending humour and storytelling with powerful elements of physical theatre, One Mississippi is an uncompromising insight into what takes us to breaking point.
Written by Mariem Omari (If I had a girl…, The Trojans, Paper Memories) and Directed by Mark Jeary (Blackout)
Part of Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2020
JOIN THE CONVERSATION: There will be a post-show discussion with the actors and the writer, hosted by the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival.