A Karine Polwart & Royal Lyceum Theatre Company Co-Production
By Karine Polwart
Presented by Pavilion Theatre as part of Dublin Theatre Festival
Pavilion Theatre, October 12 – 14 :: paviliontheatre.ie
Written & Performed by Karine Polwart
Dramaturgy by David Greig & Liam Hurley
Best Music & Sound Award, Critic’s Awards for Theatre in Scotland, 2017:
A 2016 sell-out hit at Edinburgh International Festival, Karine Polwart’s enchanting and poetic one-woman show explores the hidden stories of motherhood through story-telling, song and personal memoir. It is a life-affirming piece combining themes of nature, maternity, ancestry, myth and history. With magical visuals and an exquisite live score, Polwart creates an immersive sound with the purity of her singing voice.
Karine Polwart is a multi-award-winning Scottish songwriter and musician, as well as a theatre-maker, storyteller and spoken word performer. She is also a four-time winner of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. She premiers her critically acclaimed and spellbinding paean to the peatbogs of Scotland.
★★★★★ “a masterful piece of storytelling. . . poignant, unflinching and beautiful.” The Telegraph
★★★★★ “a performer that has you rapt at every word and note” The List
★★★★★ “Hauntingly beautiful.” British Theatre Guide
★★★★★ "One of the finest singer-songwriters in Britain" The Guardian
★★★★ "Spellbinding” The Times
Published on 30 August 2017