Putting Words in Your Mouth archiveIn the lead up to the Brexit vote, award-winning artist Scottee travelled across England to interview LGBTQI people angered by mainstream politics. His bold new production Putting Words in Your Mouth explores notions of belonging, identity and the legacy of Thatcherism, taking a hard look at what happens when communities are left behind. Challenging what it means to be British and queer in 2016, Scottee shines a light on a divided society, where those we think we identify with can shock and surprise us. Putting Words in Your Mouth is a lip-sync marathon that's messy, in more ways than one.


Author: Scottee
Presented by(s): Roundhouse, Scottee
Director: Scottee
Producer: Debbie Kilbride (audio producer)
Lighting: Nao Nagai
Design: David Curtis-Ring
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Putting Words in Your Mouth

Putting Words in Your Mouth (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01924807929. Details of all Putting Words in Your Mouth archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01044920098

Archive Listings

22 Nov 16
3 Dec 16
West End
Greater London

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