Have I No Mouth?

Multi-award-winning Irish theatre company Brokentalkers bring acclaimed show to the Town Hall Theatre

Ann Cannon and Erich Keller in Have I No Mouth. Photo:- Jeremy Abrahams

Ann Cannon and Erich Keller in Have I No Mouth. Photo:- Jeremy Abrahams

HAVE I No Mouth? has been called "one of the bravest shows I've ever seen" by the Huffington Post, and "an absorbing, wrenching, funny, and cathartic journey" by the Irish Independent. This month it comes to Galway.

The play, presented by the multi-award-winning Irish theatre company Brokentalkers, comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday April 25 at 8pm, and explores the changing nature of a relationship between a mother and a son in the aftermath of a tragedy.

Written and performed by Brokentalkers’ Feidlim Cannon and his mother Ann Cannon, they examine Feidlim's father's death, and how it could have been prevented. Joined onstage by professional psychotherapist Erich Keller, they explore grief, old memories, childhood recollections, healing, and the ever-changing relationship between a mother and son.

The play has been called “profoundly engaging, riveting, utterly compelling" by The Irish Times and a "deeply moving piece of excruciatingly honest storytelling" by Irish Theatre magazine.

Tickets are available from the Town Hall (091 - 569777, www.tht.ie ). See also ww.brokentalkers.ie

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