Son of Liverpool – From Scottie Road to Town.
Sunday 12 May, 7.30pm
Performance poet Gerry Potter’s powerful evocation of his home city.
“Y’know somethin’, I’m pretty sure Liverpools me real Ma ‘n’ Da.”
Son of Liverpool is an epic theatre-verse exploration of birth, life, parenting, hysterical partying, howling laughter and death.
Where the raucous power of bricks and mortar, cranes and dock-lands collide with back alley Scouseology and dancing.
Gerry asks, from the rare auld times till now, are we more our ever-evolving native cities than we are our families?
Does accent, industry, demolition, discos, church, school, dead ‘ard scally girls, chippies, indeed do those auld Dock Road pubs, have more than a hand in our upbringing?
Son of Liverpool will ask you if you are a child of your city.
Doors 7:15pm | Unreserved Seating
Tickets also available from: Visit Belfast | 028 90 246 609
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