My Name Is Irrelevant


James McEnaney
My Name Is Irrelevant
Supported by The Touring Network, Produced by Tortoise in a Nutshell
In a world created by your imagination it can be difficult to work out what is fiction and what is reality. My Name is Irrelevant is a subtle and moving piece of new writing, blending spoken word with a live, original soundtrack. A poignant and intimate production, it layers humour and pathos in the exploraton of an intensely personal story of loneliness and isolation.
Following from a successful premier at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this is a great opportunity to see new professional theatre on Arran.
Brodick Hall 7:30pm
Tickets £13 (Children and young people at school free.)


Event Details


Date:03/09/2019
Venue:Brodick Hall
Start Time:19:30
End Time:22:30

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