With Lisa Dwan
Part of Women of the WorldWednesday 7 March 2012 -
Thursday 8 March 2012
Beside the Sea is a one-woman play about a mother who is driven to the extremes of mental and physical despair, performed by Lisa Dwan.
Taking on the theme of infanticide with tenderness and bravery, this is a story of irrational fear, where love crosses the border into violence.
Adapated from Beside the Sea by Veronique Olmi, translated into English by Adriana Hunter.
A Mighty Mouth co-production. Part of Southbank Centre's WOW - Women of the World festival.
Please note - this event is not included in the WOW Festival Day Pass and therefore should be bought as a separate ticket.
In association with Peirene Press.
Recommended for ages 16 years and over due to themes that some people may find distressing.
Irina Brown - Director
Louis Price - Designer and Video Designer
Kevin Treacy - Lighting Designer