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This is the Funeral of Your Life – Town Hall Theatre, Galway

Creator: Louise White Director: Louise White Reviewer: Ciara L. Murphy Combine one actor (Lucy Miller), one pianist/mezzo-soprano (Michelle O'Rourke), and one dancer (Phillip Connaughton) and what do you get? A funeral, obviously. This is the funeral of our lives, and creator Louise White creates a charming and participatory method of presenting us with the inevitability of our own demise. Turns ...

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Debris – Derby Theatre

Deviser: Louise White Reviewer:  Hannah Powell At first glance,  Debris appears to be a comedic interpretation of someone’s journey through depression, but as the show progresses it becomes much more than just that. It attacks the root of depressions through the first-hand experiences of the creator, Louise White. One might suspect that it might make a mockery of mental illness without ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Mother You – Block B, Dublin

Director: Louise White Reviewer: Ciara L. Murphy Set in a disused commercial space just off Dublin’s trendy Smithfield Square, Mother You is a subtle show which invites its audience to ponder at the creator’s intentions. Programmed as an ‘immersive’ event, this reviewer feels that this stretches the limits of what immersive performance is. The action of Mother You is understated, ...

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