Spliced

From one of Ireland's exciting up-and-coming writers comes a fun, fierce, site-specific show with thrilling music and video.

Spliced

About Spliced

31st Jul 2019 to 25th Aug 2019
2.30pm
Edinburgh West
Event organiser/part of Traverse Theatre
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By Timmy Creed

Timmy plays hurling, the fastest field sport in the world. He loves it. He hates it.

Honest, brave and hard-hitting, Spliced is a visceral account of his struggle to become an individual outside of the sporting institution that raised him. He wants to talk about identity, masculinity and mental health in a sports club.

From one of Ireland's exciting up-and-coming writers comes a fun, fierce, site-specific show with thrilling music and video.

Venue: Edinburgh Sports Club, 7 Belford Place, Edinburgh EH4 3DH.

Price: Preview tickets £15/£9 | Full price £21 | Standard concession £15.50 | Under 30s & Students £15 | Other concession £5

Duration: 1 hour

Age Guide: 14+

Contains adult themes. Strictly no latecomers.

Supported by Culture Ireland and the Arts Council of Ireland.

Image: Izabela Szczutkowska

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Spliced are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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