Eyes. Teeth. Soil.
3rd Aug 2021 - 7th Aug 2021
Downstairs - Pleasance London
Suitable for ages 14 and above
This show contains references to suicide and miscarriage.
“It can’t be worse than what I’ve lived”
When Bláithín Rourke does a terrible, terrible thing, her life fractures in an instant - and the curse for her crime will soon devour her and everyone she loves.
From the writer of BINGO ("A triumph... searing with franticness and fire" - A Younger Theatre) and the producers of BUNNY and I’M GONNA JUMP (“fault free and mesmerising” – North West End) comes a provocative tale for our times -- a queasy ride through the mind of someone consumed by what she cannot escape.
Join Hannah Mclean (LADYKILLER VAULT Pleasance Award 2018; 5-star Ed Fringe performance - The Skinny, Three Weeks) as she guides the audience through one woman's harrowing past with wit, skill and intensity.
Director Dan Hutton comments:
“Eyes. Teeth. Soil. is a play about borders. Between past and present. North and South. Human and inhuman. It is both a howl of anguish and an affirmation of our ability to carry on, despite the odds. In a small room beneath the Pleasance, we hope to conjure ghosts and commune with spirits. But we must also be careful that we tread lightly…”
Join us on this dark, unsettling and sometimes hilarious trip to the underneath.
Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 7th August
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 6.30pm
Wednesday, Friday: 8.40pm
Running Time: 60 minutes
Twitter: @FabricateProd #EyesTeethSoil
Performed by Hannah McClean
Directed by Dan Hutton
Lighting Design by Jenny Roxburgh
Sound Design by Hattie North
Produceed by Fabricate Productions
Location: The Pleasance London, Theatre Carpenters Mews, North Road, London, N7 9EF
This performance will be in Pleasance Downstairs which is operating at a maximum of 80% capacity to provide additional spacing to customers as restrictions relax. This is in addition to enhanced cleaning, additional hand sanitation stations, and improved ventilation throughout performances to provide the safest theatre experience possible. We also strongly encourage all ticket holders to wear a mask while inside the venue, unless exempt.
Age: 14+ (guideline)