Under the seasoned direction of Toni Attard, veteran actress Clare Agius takes the stage to explore pivotal moments that shape our identities. Drawing inspiration from real-life interviews, the play delves into the myriad possibilities of altering our life's course and the poignant experiences of aging.
The original production garnered widespread acclaim, with the Guardian describing it as 'astonishing and breath-taking' and the Telegraph hailing it as 'a tender, wise, wry, and gut-wrenching monologue.' Recognized with a Fringe First Award, a Lustrum Award, and an Olivier Awards nomination in 2023, the show's success is a testament to its compelling narrative.
What sets "Is-Snin li Tħoss" apart is its interactive format, allowing the audience to randomly select six out of twelve stories, creating 180 potential versions of the play. Some tales will remain untold, underscoring the inevitability of certain unknowns in our lives.