MEMORIES OF AMNESIA
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
August, 1991

Stephen Oxley, as a grinning neurologist, draws a disturbing amount of hilarity from minute observation of an abstruse topic: one's own brain dysfunction. He performs craniotomy upon a cabbage, makes vigorous love to a melon impaled on a broom-handle, and finally, ecstatically supervises (under local anaesthetic only) an operation on his own brain. This is Ken Campbell country, and you enter at your own risk.

Written for The Independent.

Copyright Ian Shuttleworth; all rights reserved.

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