Liz Carr - Assisted Suicide: The Musical

Liz Carr - Assisted Suicide: The Musical
Date Every day from 17th Sep 2016 until 18th Sep 2016 8.30pm - 9.30pm Price £10 / £7 concessions 18+ years Location Tramway Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501
Part of Tramway's Unlimited Festival

Disabled activist, actor and comedian Liz Carr has chosen the spectacular world of musical theatre as the backdrop to exploring the complex and controversial subject of assisted suicide in her new show Assisted Suicide: The Musical. 

On September 11th 2015, MPs voted overwhelmingly against legalising assisted suicide. Opinion polls would have you believe that the majority of the UK population believe it’s a humane choice to legalise assisted suicide for terminally ill or disabled people but Liz and many other disabled people disagree.

Confronting the lack of creative work exploring this most topical taboo, she is joined by director Mark Whitelaw (Duckie, Ursula Martinez, New Art Club), composer Ian Hill (Duckie) and a cast of performers to express an important but often unheard perspective. 

‘Gives an insight that is vitally needed, while also providing spectacular entertainment.’ Disability Arts, (Read the full review here)

Isaac Bernier-Doyle
Liz Carr
Gillian Dean
David James
Stephanie James
Claire Willoughby

Assisted Suicide: The Musical's supported by Unlimited, which celebrates and facilitates the work of disabled artists. Unlimited is publically funded by the National Lottery via Arts Council England, Arts Council of Wales, Creative Scotland, Spirit of 2012. Written and performed by Liz Carr Director and Dramaturgy Mark Whitelaw Composer Ian Hill Producing and Production In Company Collective 

Accessibility: Integrated BSL interpretation and audio description. Transcript available in Tramway on request.

Please let the box office know of any access needs so that we can ensure adequate provision of resources. We can pre-reserve wheelchair spaces, audio headsets or space at the side of aisles.