As common on neurology wards as MS, Functional Neurological Disorder looks and feels like a problem with the workings of the brain. Sufferers can experience tremors, seizures, blindness, paralysis – all with no physical cause. With three actors and live music, Kandinsky’s new show explores the unsettling world of the undiagnosable.
With three actors and live music, Still Ill looks at the search for meaning that follows a difficult diagnosis – and how it feels to be told there’s nothing physically wrong with you when your brain is telling you you’re sick.
Still Ill returns to New Diorama Theatre 16-27 January 2018. For more information and to buy tickets click here.
★★★★ Fascinating, layered, intelligent The Stage
★★★★★ Breathtaking stuff… an enormously affecting bit of theatre London City Nights
Oliver Sachs meets Adam Curtis Whatsonstage
brilliantly crafted, exacting, and endlessly inventive, Still Ill is a complex and meticulous journey into the world of undiagnosis Exeunt
Devised by the company from material by Lauren Mooney, Al Smith and James Yeatman
Cast: Sophie Steer, Hamish MacDougall, Harriet Webb
Composer: Zac Gvirtzman
Lighting design: Joshua Gadsby
AV design: Harry Yeatman
Stage manager: Maia Alvarez Stratford
Director: James Yeatman
Producer: Lauren Mooney
This production is supported by Complicite, Unity Theatre Trust, Royal Victoria Hall Foundation, The Thistle Trust, the New Diorama Emerging Companies Fund and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.