Electrolyte

Electrolyte

Axis, Tuesday 21st May - Saturday 25th May 2019

Electrolyte is a multi-award winning piece of gig theatre that powerfully explores mental health for a contemporary audience. Written in spoken word poetry and underscored by original music ranging from ‘blasts of sound to lyrical sweetness', this ‘unstoppable' production is performed by six multi-instrumentalists who seamlessly integrate live music with expert storytelling.

Follow Jessie through gigs, parties, city streets and warehouses, as she journeys from Leeds to London, on a quest to find her mother. Winner of the Mental Health Fringe Award, The Stepladder Award, The LET Award, The Voice Mag Pick of The Fringe Award and the Pleasance Best Newcomer Award 2018.

This presentation is supported by Dublin City Council, The Arts Council, The British Council, Dublin Airport Authority and Health Service Executive.


Date:
Tuesday 21st May - Saturday 25th May 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€12 | €15
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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