Saturday 14 April. We are looking forward to celebrating with Michael! :) https://t.co/BkMiGcyOFZ
It's the morning efter the night before
Yer suddenly sober and know the score
Ye leave yer pals and decide tae walk it
Cos yer still in charge. A total rocket.
A new spoken word performance from Martin O’Connor, exploring Glasgow’s relationship with alcohol, created in collaboration with those in recovery from alcohol addiction from Glasgow’s North East Recovery Community. This performance follows on from Martin’s previous acclaimed spoken word shows Theology and Building a Nation and offers a multi-layered, moving and irreverent look at our societal and personal relationships with 'the demon drink'.
Performed in Glaswegian Scots and employing an evocative verbatim soundtrack by Nichola Scrutton, The Mark of the Beast looks at early experiences of drunkenness, family parties, teenage socializing, as well as Scottish male identity involving violence and pride, and questions the role that alcohol plays our society as a whole.
'A display of nuanced language and imagery that confirms him as a brave and significant dramatic poet in contemporary Scotland' (Scotsman)
'His strength is his humour and ear for the spoken word… fiercely moral and suffused with compassion' (Skinny)
Produced in association with Platform.
If you are a Storytelling Centre Supporter, select a full price ticket to book at the discounted rate.
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. No booking fee is applied to tickets purchased in person from the Scottish Storytelling Centre Box Office.
Scottish Storytelling Centre
Thu 19 Apr
Full Price - £10.00
Storytelling Centre Supporter - £7.50
Start Time & Duration:
Book tickets online or by calling our box office between 10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday (Sunday, July & August only, 12pm-6pm)
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.
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