We Didn’t Care When Our Mothers Had Cancer
Neil Douglas stars in We Didn't Care When Our Mothers Had Cancer.
Performer Neil’s mum had cancer.
He didn’t care.
His reaction made him curious.
In Ireland we have a strange relationship with the ‘C’ word. It’s often used for entertainment. It’s often discussed in hushed tones. This is a show about Cancer. It is for anyone who enjoys the light with the dark.
A show about the science. About our relationship with illness. Part lecture, part theatre. A show about cell growth, soap operas and jokes. Told through the story of a young man’s ambivalence, it is an unflinching but light-hearted look at disease.
Mon 15th – Sat 20th September @ 8:45pm in the Black Box
Part of Tiger's Dublin Fringe Festival.