THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE AT BRADFORD THEATRE IN THE MILL
"Cal says everyone's story's the same. Get born, grow up, get a job, get wed, have kids, work, get sick, get better, get sick, get better, get sick, die.
I think he's wrong."
Joe can name his twenty favourite authors straight off the top
of his head and quote his favourite books perfectly. He's a master
storyteller like his father, a man who can make the ghosts and
monsters of Irish legends seem as real as the rabbits he skins and
cuts up on the kitchen table.
But when Joe tries to tell his own story he finds it difficult to keep on track. All stories must come to an end eventually, but that's the bit that Joe doesn't want to tell.
Dominic Grace's new play looks at how easy it is to escape into fiction and how our own stories are sometimes the hardest ones to tell.