A performance exploring the personal and public perceptions of a mind state
5 April 2014
Time 14:30 - 14:45
Duration 15 minutes
Who decides what is, who is and who’s not mad? Using a variety of languages including British Sign Language, Moonatic takes the audience on a journey, to gain an insight into a woman’s struggle.
Treading a fine line between madness and genius, a portrayal of polar extremes, feelings, frustrations and emotions, this performance asks ‘no voice? or no choice?’ and explores the personal and public perceptions of a mind state. Part of the Furiously Mad: 300 Years of Legal Insanity exhibition by Pool Arts.
The performance is by Ruqia, a local Mancunian Performance Artiste.
Family Friendly event, suitable for over 7s to adults (smaller children should be accompanied as the performance may contain disturbing noises)
Booking Requirements: Booking advised, please contact 0161 838 9190 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent out approximately every two months.