My Mother Said I Never Should

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A moving and funny exploration of the lives of four generations of women in one family. Shifting back and forth in time, we see their loves, expecta-tions and choices play out against huge social change from 1900-1980s

Presented in British Sign Language and spoken English and featuring a cast of 1 hearing and 3 d/Deaf actors, this production’s visual, physical storytelling captures the rich breadth of communication styles that have always been used by the d/Deaf community.

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