She Called Me Mother
She Called Me Mother

She Called Me Mother

Pitch Lake Productions with Tara Arts for Black Theatre Live

Tues 7 - Sat 11 February, 7.30pm, Sat 3pm


THE BIG ISSUE feature interview for the She Called Me Mother national tour

Pitch Lake Productions featured in the LIVERPOOL ECHO.

Cathy Tyson with Black Theatre Live featured in the BRITISH BLACKLIST and BLACKNET

Cathy Tyson interview in THE STAGE

Michelle Inniss interviewed for THE BLACKNET

Cathy Tyson interview in the BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

Cathy Tyson interview for She Called Me Mother in the NEWHAM RECORDER

Cathy Tyson interview with EXEUNT MAGAZINE


THE GUARDIAN ★★★ "it has a big heart and the use of the Trinbago vernacular is richly effective" FULL REVIEW HERE

THE STAGE ★★★ "the overall effect is impressively moving." FULL REVIEW HERE

BRITISH THEATRE.COM ★★★★ "She Called Me Mother is a thoughtful play, beautifully written by Michelle Inniss and compellingly performed by Cathy Tyson and Chereen Buckley." FULL REVIEW HERE

BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE "Cathy Tyson gives her a vibrant personality that makes this performance compelling" FULL REVIEW HERE

BARGAIN THEATRELAND "Cathy Tyson and Chereen Buckley give intelligent performances that do justice to their characters’ harrowing stories." FULL REVIEW HERE

LONDON THEATRE ★★★★★ "She Called Me Mother was an absolutely brilliant show" FULL REVIEW HERE

EXEUNT MAGAZINE ★★★ "Michelle Inniss’ writing is rich with poetical imagery and Trinidadian dialect" FULL REVIEW HERE

EVERYTHING THEATRE ★★★★ "The phenomenal acting talent of this remarkable duo is inspiring." FULL REVIEW HERE

LONDON PUB THEATRE ★★★★ "confronts very uncomfortable issues but mixes them with humour and pathos." FULL REVIEW HERE

MICRO REVIEWS ★★★★ "The acting here is phenomenal." FULL REVIEW HERE

THE BRITISH BLACK LIST "Tyson plays Evangeline with an easy veracity, putting you at your ease, even though she represents something that should make most of us feel uncomfortable." FULL REVIEW HERE

AFRIDIZIAK "The set and sound designs – evoking London Bridge Station - are deceptively simple, intriguing, and effective, while the lighting is similarly complimentary." FULL REVIEW HERE

THE LONDONIST ★★★★ "Tyson's performance is marvellous, giving voice to a character with a heartbreaking but all too familiar story to tell." FULL REVIEW HERE

Contact Black Theatre Live's Press Agent Elin Morgan at Mobius for interviews and review tickets.


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