A dynamic new piece of Physical Verbatim Theatre, that explores how the impact of childhood experiences shape men’s adult lives. Blending humour and storytelling with powerful elements of physical theatre, this production is an uncompromising insight into what takes us to breaking point.
Here's what the press said about One Mississippi:
"One Mississippi raises profound questions about the structures of the society around men, which seem at least as strongly implicated in their distress as any personal tendencies towards mental disturbance."
Joyce McMillian (The Scotsman)
"One Mississippi is a delicate and poignant piece of verbatim theatre, specifically bringing to light mental health issues affecting men… one of the standout elements of One Mississippi is its commitment to exploring this issue from a genuinely diverse group of men."
Liam Rees (The Play’s the Thing)
"One Mississippi is a brutally honest portrayal of male isolation, self-destruction and suicide."
Beth Blakemore (The Wee Review)
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We are proud to announce...
Bijli was selected to be one of two Companies in Residence at The National Theatre of Scotland. We are so excited to be part of this new pilot scheme giving young companies access to resource at Rockvilla over 12 months, to support their growth and sustainability.
Companies this year were selected by invitation and will be in residence at Rockvilla for one year with bespoke support from National Theatre of Scotland to help them develop:
- New work
- Company infrastructure
- Networks and skills
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Take a look at our past productions to see what we have created.