Dates and Times
Thu 19 March 2020 at 7pm
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Presented by Charlotte McShane
Part confession, part experiment and wholly revealing, this is a one-woman show about an intentionally false statement. Or, several of them and an attempt to see if the truth really shall set you free.
Do we believe lying has consequences? Do we even care? From the big lies to the little lies; the deceitful to the harmless; the bluff to all-out fraud, why do we lie and is it doing us any good? Through personal stories, live art and more than a little gesturing, these questions and more are explored. Maybe you have something you’d like to confess?
An Intentionally False Statement is inspired by the one on one piece Tell Me Lies, originally created for Emergency, presented by Word of Warning.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER & HEALTH WARNINGS
This show contains no health warnings or content to consider. The recommended age rating is 14+
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About the artist
Charlotte McShane is a performance artist working across theatre, live art and stand up. She has performed on stages, at conferences and in cupboards. Her work explores what we don’t talk about enough in society and shines a spotlight on the awkward stuff. Previous shows have included Beauty Is A Beast, The Forgotten One and Tell Me Lies.