If Mouth Could Speak
presented by Sense Assembly
Written by Timotei Cobeanu, directed by Michael Crean
Thu 27 - Fri 28 Feb, 7.30pm
‘London has a voice. It’s raw, it’s a woman, it’s sexy and I want her to speak to me more.’
It’s midnight. Peckham. Danny takes London by foot. Desolate. Psychotic.
If Mouth Could Speak mixes rave poetry, deep electronica and jazz to tell the story of a young immigrant lost in the dizzying tides of underground London.
'An impressive debut for Cobeanu'
– The Scotsman
‘Exquisitely written and performed. Brimming with humanity.’
– Fairy Powered Productions
‘A poem of stunningly visceral personality. An utter triumph.’
– EdFringe Review
‘The future of performance poetry.’
– Jason Hall, Royal Court
‘Tips you into an emotional awakening. Unimaginably brilliant.’
– Young Perspective
Timotei Cobeanu – Writer/Performer
Michael Crean – Director/Composer
Vivienne Egan – Producer
With thanks to: Jesse Britton, Epping Forest District Council, Christopher Brett Bailey, Uri Roodner, Louise Skaaning, Chalk Line Theatre, Jenny Witzel and everyone else who helped make this show happen, for your wonderful generosity, talent and support.
Sense Assembly are an award-winning multi-arts collective based in East London. Using politically charged themes, creative writing and music, they create new and brutally unique forms of storytelling.
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