‘What the mind forgets, the body remembers’
The true story of a singer who loses her voice and embarks on an unexpected journey of self-revelation.
This intimate, funny and uplifting new solo show combines storytelling, physical theatre and song to explore how the body remembers what the mind forgets.
Written and performed by Sarah-Louise Young, the award-winning co-creator of ‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’ and ‘Julie Madly Deeply’. The Silent Treatment premiered at Summerhall, Edinburgh to critical acclaim.
“An alluring and provocative, highly personal one-person show, delivered by a hugely talented performer” The Recs
“Honest, entrancing and utterly compelling. The Silent Treatment is must-see theatre from a dazzlingly talented performer
at the height of her powers” Quinntessential Review
“A war cry and a message of resilience and hope to anyone who has faced abuse and been made to feel guilty about it” The Stage
“A wonderfully creative and compelling piece of theatre” West End Best Friend
“Hypnotic, and deeply personal… a delight to be a part of” Reviews Hub
“…brave, intriguing & beautiful musical theatre” Musical Theatre Review
Directed by Sioned Jones. Music by Christopher Ash. Movement Lucie Pankhurst.
Tickets: £20* (Students £15*)
Trigger Warning: the show includes themes of trauma and sexual violence. Suitable 14+
Supported by MGS04