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Mouthpiece – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Kieran Hurley Director: Orla O’Loughlin Reviewer: Edie Ranvier The lights come up and we meet the writer. Not playwright Kieran Hurley, but his creation, middle-aged one-time wordsmith Libby (Neve McIntosh). “The opening image,” she declares in her opening line. “This is the beginning of the story, and it’s vital.”… So, begins Mouthpieceand it starts as it means to go on ...

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Mouthpiece – Canada Hub at King’s Hall Summerhall, Edinburgh

two women

Writer: Quote Unquote Collective Reviewer: Chloe St George At the core of Mouthpiece is a woman struggling to find her own voice. Even when, ostensibly, no-one else threatens to drown her out, silence her, or put words in her mouth, an internal conflict dominates. A symbolic microphone is kept forever out of reach and voices become trapped inside claustrophobic humming. ...

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