Give Me a Reason to Live
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Inspired by the work of medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch, this stark solo explores issues of religion, religious art, judgement of bodies and quality of life. Taking the form of a series of tests, of body and of faith, and set to a mesmerising sound score, the work is a study in empathy; a live memorial to the disabled victims of the Nazi euthanasia program and the current disabled victims of the present UK government's so-called welfare reform. 'Stark (and) brutal with her customary integrity and conviction' **** (Herald).