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Am I Dead Yet?

Am I Dead Yet?
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Part Grim Reaper, part storyteller, part clown, each performer approaches the subject of death with both humour and seriousness."
Exeunt Magazine

Details

    Written byJon Spooner & Chris Thorpe
    Start date18 Aug 2015
    End date30 Aug 2015
  • TicketsPreviews £12/£8 concession. Other: Full price £18 / Standard concession £13 / Other concession £8
    Genre Festival, Theatre,

SCOTTISH PREMIERE
UNLIMITED THEATRE 

Death is no longer a moment. It is a process. A process that can be reversed.

Two friends, talking (and singing) about what happens when we die, how we think about dying and, most importantly, how some of us might be brought back.

Performed by Jon Spooner and Chris Thorpe, Am I Dead Yet? is filled with stories and songs about death and dying, and about how we don’t talk about it enough.

A brand new show from 'the excellent Unlimited Theatre' (The Guardian) inspired by research into contemporary developments in resuscitation science, and made in collaboration with
Emergency Care professionals.

Part of British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2015.

www.unlimited.org.uk / @untheatre

Preview
Tue 18 Aug (11.15pm)

Preview ticket price
£12/£8 concession

Dates
Wed 19 – Sun 30 Aug

Tickets
Full price £18
Standard concession £13
Other concession £8

The amount stated is the final price for tickets through all sales channels. For further fee information, see our Box Office information page.

Venue
T2

Age Recommendation
14+

Access Performances
British Sign Language - Fri 28 Aug, 11.15pm

Note: Contains some strong language

Image by Richard Davenport

Supported by Arts Council England and the Wellcome Trust

  • Katharine Williams

    Lighting Designer
  • Amy Hodge

    Director
  • takis

    Designer
  • Pete Malkin

    Sound Designer
  • Jon Spooner & Chris Thorpe

    Cast
  • Part Grim Reaper, part storyteller, part clown, each performer approaches the subject of death with both humour and seriousness."
    Exeunt Magazine
  • An unsentimental but urgent show”
    The Guardian
 
 

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