Wrongheaded: Liz Roche Company
"The women are here to count,
To sit together and carve out arms.
To bury their dead, to feed their living,
When they are done they can
Dance in the end clutches of their spat energy,
Bone of bone’s, sharp cuckoo barrage.
"[Roche's] choreography is sharp and expressive, thrashing us with the narrative and revealing the savage beauty at its heart"...... "the fierce and feisty spoken words of Galway poet Elaine Feeney; a fire-cracker delivery of vicious text that has emerged from the so many dark, heart breaking and sickening examples of women subjugated through their bodies" Review by Mike Smith Art Scene in Wales
In Wrongheaded, Liz Roche brings together the fearless spoken word poetry of Elaine Feeney, the exquisite work film director Mary Wycherley and electrifying performances by dancers Sarah Cerneaux and Justine Cooper. All are gathered together in this intense mix of emotions and physicality to highlight the desperation and frustration that many Irish women feel today when it comes to the choices available to them regarding their bodies.
The Irish Times 4*
Top Picks for Tiger Dublin Fringe 2016
“..there’s an urgency, immediacy and power to 'Wrongheaded' that catches your breath. … digging beneath the sounds and movement to find that living impulse of rage, fear, frustration and defiance with a rawness and a vulnerability that is almost palpable. Not to be missed.” The Arts Review 4*
Irish Tour October 2016