What Makes Me Tic? by Luke Montague

Venue: South Street (Directions)

Sat 6 Jul, 19:30
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About

This brand new show called ‘What makes me tic?’ Is a fully immersive play by writer and director Luke Montague. Luke is a Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts BA Graduate and is now the first student to do the MA Acting course there. This is his second original show and this time he is raising awareness to the condition Tourette’s Syndrome. He speaks of his own experiences of the condition as well as using stories from other individuals who have kindly donated a piece of their TS story to him and the show. The audience with explore how the condition manifests within the body and how it is diagnosed, he explains how it feels to have the condition, as well as how the media portray the condition.

Directed by Zoe Gibson - another Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts graduate - who is from Reading. She cannot wait to bring a piece of theatre to her hometown of Reading for all to see.

Ticket information

£7.50

Venue info

South Street

21 South Street, Reading, RG1 4QU

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Contact: Box Office: 0118 960 6060; Administration: 0118 937 3456

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