Everyman Theatre: Spliced kicks off it’s Autumn Tour

SPLICED, PRESENTED BY CHALK IT DOWN PRODUCTIONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE EVERYMAN, KICKS OFF ITS AUTUMN TOUR!

From one of the country’s most exciting upcoming writers, Timmy Creed, comes SPLICED. Hard-hitting, witty and brave, this multi-disciplinary collaboration, written and performed by Timmy Creed, (with visual artist David Mathúna, composer Chris Somers), and directed by Gina Moxley, shines a light on the fragility of the sportsman behind the mask, and begins a conversation about identity and mental health in the GAA.

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show is now touring to GAA clubs and theatres across the country, appearing in Dublin, Kildare, Cavan, Mayo, Belfast, Louth, Carlow, and Cork.

Timmy Creed plays hurling. He loves it, he hates it, but for better or worse, it’s a part of him. Written with sportspeople in mind, this one man show uses everything Timmy’s experience in the GAA has to offer – he is physically and mentally stepping on and off the grass, to portray exactly the toll the expectations of the game took on him, and what an overriding single focus does to a young mind.

Spliced is a visceral account of Timmy’s personal struggle, from local hero and pack mentality, to individual responsibility outside of the sporting institution that raised him. This site-specific show displays thrilling music and video that deals with identity, masculinity, and mental health, in the surroundings of a sports club.

SPLICED deals with my own personal journey through the GAA over the course of 21 years playing, and subsequent fallout from the game to pursue a career in the arts’’, explains writer and performer Timmy Creed.

I am interested in the contrast between sport and art, and I was driven to write SPLICED to create something that spoke to both worlds, and invited sports-minded people into a theatrical conversation that they could relate to, and bring the theatrical arena to the sports arena. This show is raw, doesn’t hold back, and speaks to young GAA men who might be struggling with their own mental health, or trying to explore who they are.

everymancork.com

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8sGQteE9f4

www.spliced.ie

See SPLICED in a GAA club near you this Autumn. Tickets are on sale now!

Remaining Autumn 2019 Tour:

8pm, 22nd – 26th October 2019

A Project Arts Centre event, staged at:

Tue 22 October – St Marks GAA Club, Springfield, Tallaght

Wed 23 October – CLG Na Fianna, Glasnevin

Thurs 24 October – Kilamcud Crokes GAA Club, Stillorglan

Fri 25 October – Cuala GAA Club, Dalkey

Sat 26 October – St Judes GAA Club, Templeogue

https://projectartscentre.ie/event/spliced/

8pm, 29th & 30th October

An Culturlann, Belfast International Arts Festival

https://belfastinternationalartsfestival.com/event/spliced/

8pm, Friday 1st November 2019

An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk, Co Louth (offsite performance)

https://antain.ticketsolve.com/shows/873607257?_ga=2.28599100.1806850658.1570720283-1702808470.1569838189

8pm, Saturday 2nd November 2019

Visual, Carlow

https://www.visualcarlow.ie/events/info/spliced

8pm, 5th – 9th November

The Everyman Cork presents Spliced at:

Brian Dillons GAA Club, Montonotte – Tue 5 Nov, 8pm

St. Finbarr’s GAA Club, Togher – Wed 6 Nov, 8pm

Glen Rovers Hurling Club, Ballyvolane – Thu 7 Nov, 8pm

Blackrock Hurling Club – Fri 8 Nov, 8pm

Bishopstown GAA Club – Sat 9 Nov, 8pm

https://www.everymancork.com/2019/11/spliced/

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