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Mouthpiece

Mouthpiece

Mouthpiece is a heart-wrenching and humorous journey into the female psyche. The performance is a virtuosic display of physical ingenuity and vocal orchestration.


In the wake of her mother’s death, Mouthpiece follows one woman, for one day, as she tries to find her voice. Interweaving a cappella harmony, dissonance, text, and physicality, two performers express the inner conflict that exists within one modern woman’s head. 


Ranging from tender to merciless, with uncompromising precision, Mouthpiece magnifies a daughter’s contemplation of her mother, and becomes a rigorous investigation of womanhood itself.

Awards

2017:

Mouthpiece won the Stage Award for Performance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Mouthpiece won the Summerhall Jawbone Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Mouthpiece was shortlisted for the Carol Tambor Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Mouthpiece won a Dora Award: Outstanding Sound Design/Composition in the General Theatre Division. 

Mouthpiece was nominated for three Dora Mavor Moore Awards including: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Performance - Ensemble, and Outstanding Sound Design/Composition in the General Category. See a full list of the nominees here.

Mouthpiece has won the award for 'Best New Canadian Play' at the Toronto Theatre Critics Awards for the 2016/17 season. 

2016

Mouthpiece was nominated for a Capital Critics Circle Award (Ottawa) for Best Professional Production. 

Mouthpiece was nominated for three My Entertainment Awards: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Actress and Outstanding Lighting & Sound Design

 

PRICES:

Standard: £16

 

Tickets & Times

  • Sat 2 Jun , 7:30 PM


  • Truly astounding stuff
    The Stage


  • An extraordinarily well considered, deeply thought insight into the essence of femaleness. Ambitious and unique, it’s an education of the self.
    Edinburgh Festival Magazine


  • one of the most informed, empathetic, complex articulations of female selfhood and female voices that I have ever seen
    Broadway Baby