The Herald newspaper today gave Sound of My Voice a glowing 4 star review.
Jeremy Raison’s adaptation of Ron Butlins 1987 novel is the first time this piece has been brought to the stage. Speaking of Billy Mack, The Herald described
“a sinewy, knife-edge performance, offset beautifully by Rebecca McQuillan as Mary”
Photo by Eamonn McGoldrick.
This “unrelentingly furious affair”, shows one week of “a life in freefall” due to alcoholism. The Stalls studio has a very limited capacity, so grab your tickets now and don’t miss this brilliant opportunity to get up close and personal with fine actors in a stunning piece of theatre.