A funny, fragile and profound fable based on ground-breaking medical research and real-life war testimonies.
Ex-soldier and budding rock star Zach has withdrawn into a cardboard box in a kitchen in West Wales. His friend Ieuan arrives offering recovery – in the form of a capsule containing 3,4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine, with which he claims to have successfully treated his own post-traumatic stress.
Parachuted into their recently fractured pasts, Zach and Ieuan swing between dreamboat heroism and woozy enlightenment, via a head-warping exchange on patriotism, conflict and supermarket shopping that will tickle, move and appal you in equal measure.
- RUNNING TIME1hr
- TICKETSFull £15 / Concession £11
- VENUEFactory Theatre
14+ (includes themes of mental illness and contains strong language)
Wed 16 and Thu 17 May 8pm
Fri 18 May 6.30pm
Sat 19 May 12noon
Trilogy Special Offer – See all three shows in the Ridiculusmus Trilogy on Sat 19 May for Full £30 / Concession £21 (Give Me Your Love 12noon / Eradication 3pm (NB – at The Southville Centre) / Complicated Grief 8pm). Only available over the phone or in person at the Tobacco Factory Theatres Box Office. Book in advance, limited availability.
Sat 19 May 5.30pm-7pm, Tobacco Factory Theatres
Stresses distresses and disorders – A panel talk reflecting on the provocations of Ridiculusmus’s three plays on contemporary mental health issues and approaches, with representatives from the health and pharmaceutical sector.