From Iceland — Culture Pick: My Voices Have Tourettes

Culture Pick: My Voices Have Tourettes

Culture Pick: My Voices Have Tourettes

Published February 11, 2020

Sam O'Donnell

My Voices Have Tourette’s, the wildly popular show conceptualised by comedians Dan Zerin, Elva Dögg Hafberg Gunnarsdóttir and Hannah Bryndís Proppé Bailey, has become a regular thing, and moved to Tuesdays.

The show centres around comedians with disorders and syndromes. The show was created by two comedians with Tourette’s and one with schizophrenia to raise awareness and remove stigma from mental illness in a fun way.

At the end of every show the comedians take questions from the audience. If there is anything you ever wanted to know about a disorder or syndrome, but were too afraid to ask, now is your chance.

My Voices Have Tourette’s starts at 21:00 at the Secret Cellar, and it’s totally free, so bring your friends and come to a night of wholesome, hilarious fun.

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