This performance is sold out. A second performance of Eating the Copper Apple takes place on Sunday 4th July, click here for more details.

Embark on a journey from West Yorkshire to the borders of Syria in this soul-searching tale of identity, written by one of the most exciting new voices working in theatre today.

Mixing themes of loss, dreams and fulfilment with ideas of family, romance and culture, this new work from award-winning performer lisa luxx is a one-woman powerhouse. Exploring luxx’s relationship to her own mixed-heritage body, it asks us to consider how we become the people we are, while questioning the role displacement plays in forming our identity.

Funny, philosophical and utterly fearless, this explorative production is a chance to see a multi-discipline performer working at the top of their game.

Created by:

lisa luxx (writer, performer, director)
Nour Sokhon (composer)
Tamara Al-Mashouk (visual designer)

Scarlett Saad (sound engineer)
Diyan Zora (dramaturg)

Alia Alzougbi (producer)

Anya Urban (sound technician)

To book for this event you’ll be taken through to the Bradford Theatres website. Please note that the £2 booking fee will be deducted at the point at sale.

About The Performer

lisa luxx

Lisa is a poet and activist of British and Syrian heritage. Her poems are published in The Telegraph, The London Magazine and by publishers including Hatchette and Saqi Books, while broadcast on Channel 4, BBC Radio 4 and TEDx. She is winner of the Out-Spoken Prize for Performance Poetry. Fetch Your Mother’s Heart is out now.