A Mr & Mrs Clark Production
Wednesday 24 July at 7.45pm
Tickets - £10, concessions - £8
The show is accessible to a D/deaf, hard of hearing andhearing audiences through the use of spoken English, British Sign Language & creative captions.
Meet Jonny: teacher, father and football fan. He’s an artist, a campaigner, and he’s deaf. He wishes he could sing and loves to dance, but he can’t hear the music unless the bass is turned right up.
Jonny grew up in a hearing family, surrounded by fear of the stigma of disability.
Louder Is Not Always Clearer tells Jonny’s moving, funny story of disconnection, difference and desperation to belong. This one-man show is a starkly honest portrayal of a man seemingly confident, outgoing and popular, who is inwardly vulnerable and, at times, isolated.
In a hearing world Jonny is different.
Supported by Arts Council Wales, Chapter Arts Centre and an commissioned for Experimentica17
There is some strong language and a scene with sexual content
Louder Is Not Always Clearer is part of Wales In Edinburgh and British Council Showcase 2019 and has been selected for National Rural Touring Forum Dance Initiative.