TissueMuchmuchmore Theatre Company
Stage images flicker, merge and reform around the central character of Sally as she strives to deal with breast cancer, from first suspicion, through diagnosis and surgery, to the consequences of living without a breast in a world obsessed with symmetry and media images of female beauty.
Captivating physical theatre that packs genuine emotional punch. In 2011, Muchmuchmore Theatre Company brought Berkoff's AGAMEMNON to the Fringe, enthralling audiences with its dynamic staging and visceral impact. Taking a leaf from Artaud's book in emphasising the visual as much as the spoken, AGAMEMNON gained a range of fantastic reviews: 'If they come up again next year – and I sincerely hope they do – then make every effort to see them' (FringeReview.co.uk, 2011).
And come back they did. Muchmuchmore returns to Edinburgh with a mesmeric reworking of Louise Page's TISSUE. This is muchmuchmore than your everyday naturalistic drama. Ensemble theatre at its very best.
Like their Facebook Page.
Watch the trailer for "Agamemnon", Fringe 2011 on Youtube.