Dylan Tighe – “RECORD: Questioning A Scientific View of Mental Health” Play Features Madness Radio

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Dylan Tighe’s new play “RECORD: Questioning A Scientific View of Mental Health” Features Madness Radio !

Dylan writes, “Thank you so much again for use of material. It really made a great contribution to the play.”

Dylan Tighe

You can listen to it here and read more below, and there is more about Dylan and the work here.

Theatre-Maker and musician Dylan Tighe uses his own psychiatric history to probe some of the assumptions underpinning a scientific view of mental health. The play proposes artistic expression, and lived experience- as capable of offering insights into the mind (and heart) which science cannot penetrate. This alternative record of mental health centres around Dylan Tighe’s psychiatric records and personal research and includes songs from his debut album RECORD exploring his diagnosis and experience, along with a collage of sonic and musical sources, documentary, dramatic scenes and archive samples relating to the science behind the concept of “mental illness”

Credits:
Director, Writer, Original Music: Dylan Tighe,
Actors: Aoife Duffin, Daniel Reardon, Dylan Tighe,
Sound Design: Jimmy Eadie,
Sound Supervision: Richie McCullough, Producer: Kevin Brew

Songs are from Dylan’s debut album RECORD, produced by Jimmy Eadie and feature Dylan Tighe (Guitars and vocals) Conor Murray (Drums), Seán Mac Erlaine (Sax and Woodwinds), Donal Mac Erlaine (Saw) and Cian Murphy (Double Bass). Album available at I-tunes, amazon and www.dylantighe.bandcamp.com

Samples of interviews with David Cohen, Gary Greenberg, John Horgan, Jay Joseph, Robert Whitaker, and the voice of Will Hall, appear courtesy of Will Hall and www.madnessradio.net.

Featuring the voices of former Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) Bertie Ahern, Antonin Artaud, Dr Pat Bracken, Dr. Peter Breggin, Dr. Andrew Harkin, Prof. Jim Lucey, Pat Kenny, Mary Maddock, John Mc Carthy, Seán Rocks.

Additional music by Mary Maddock. Dramatic scenes were inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film ‘Persona’.

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