A NAÏVE creature, too curious for his own good, embarks on a journey to explore and expose the nature of humans. This is The Messiness of Human Relationships, which is coming to the Galway Theatre Festival.
The Messiness of Human Relationships is told through a tapestry of dance, physical theatre, and stories taken from real-life interviews, with the occasional quirky fiction, offering a peek into the connections that surround us, and celebrates identity, recognition, vulnerability, and our fears of complete solitude.
The show will be staged by Brick Wall Theatre and is directed by Jérémie Cyr-Cooke - the team who brought Blood On The Moon to last year's Galway Theatre Festival. It runs in the Bank of Ireland Theatre, NUI Galway, on Wednesday May 9 and Thursday 10 at 6pm and Friday 11 and Saturday 12 at 8pm. For booking see www.galwaytheatrefestival.com