An interdisciplinary performance, integrating song, sound and sculpture.
Intergenerational trauma is both genetic and behavioural, it is embodied, and inherited. We sometimes feel it in our spirit and move in step with its endless echo, but it ﬁnds its roots in story. Stories passed down from parent to child, embodied memory, whispers of hardships past and present. With each retelling, they are shaped to serve a different purpose, and the mouth of each re-teller carves pain differently.
Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.
Please note: contains themes of sexual violence. Venue has limited wheelchair accessibility, please contact our box ofﬁce prior to booking.
21 & 22 September