Winner of the very first Mental Health Fringe Award, awarded by The Scotsman and The Mental Health Foundation, Kane Power Theatre present a moving and personal story about about one son’s relationship with his mother and her mental health.
25th April – 28th April, 8pm (plus 2pm on Saturday) | £10
At a time when mental health is increasingly making the headlines, yet still so many are unable to speak about their experience for fear of stigma, this show tells a personal story that will get people talking. An exploration of the mind with music, anecdotes, and medical notes.
A 20% discount for tickets can be obtained by quoting POWER on the phone or online (all capitals). Please see Flyer for further details of how to book tickets.
‘Raw and intense production, a must see for mental health workers and anyone affected by their own or another’s mental distress’- Audience Member
‘My belief in storytelling having the power to challenge perceptions is aided by people like Kane Power. I saw his show, Mental, at the Fringe in 2017 and it emboldened me to continue my own cause. ‘ – Audience member
‘I saw this when it was at The Wardrobe last time around, and as someone with bipolar I can vouch for the fact that it is right on the money in terms of what the disorder is like. If you don’t know much about it, you’ll leave this show so much more informed and moved. Go check it out’- Audience Member