The Messiness of Human Relationships
By Brick Wall Theatre
A symphony of first kisses.
A medley of chaotic friendships, forgotten family, and conflicting selves.
A casebook of connections & social chemistry.
An exposé of humanology.
Meet the Good Gay Gentleman - an innocent, naive creature, too curious for his own good, on a journey to explore and expose the nature of Humans.
Blending verbatim text and physical theatre practices The Messiness of Human Relationships is a devised work of virtuosic dance-theatre that is charismatic, intimate, touching and simply human.
Told through a tapestry of stories taken from real-life interviews, with the occasional quirky fiction, each story offers a peek into the connections that surround us, and celebrates identity, recognition, vulnerability and our fears of complete solitude.
Following on from Jérémie Cyr-Cooke’s much-lauded solo show Blood on the Moon in Galway Theatre Festival 2017, Brick Wall Theatre returns with this warm ensemble performance that celebrates the ‘messiness’ of love and relationships in all their varied forms.
May 9- May 10 6pm
May 11- May 12 8pm
Bank of Ireland Theatre, NUIG - 60 mins