Dates and Times
17 September 2014 to 17 September 2014 at 7.30pm
Presented by Amy Mason
Directed by Kirsty Housley
When the bus Amy Mason was travelling on ran two people over she found herself praying for the first time in years. The experience led her to think about life, faith, and the way we deal with tragedy in an increasingly secular society.
Told using the structure of a Roman Catholic mass, Amy explores her own Catholic upbringing, her rejection of faith, and asks questions about religious experience and the value of religious ritual.
A funny, moving autobiographical solo show for those of us who aren't quite sure how we feel about God.
Amy Mason is a writer and performer. Her last project, lo-fi musical The Islanders, was a collaboration with Jim Moray and Eddie Argos, and was a winner of the Ideas Tap Edinburgh Award.
"A lo-fi gem of a show… Heartfelt without ever being overly-emotional – not least because Mason, a very engaging speaker, is hilariously dead-pan at all times" – A Younger Theatre on ISLANDERS