“Silence is eloquent in Hannah Moss’ wordless but beguiling two-hander about grief and never finding the words to express it. Moss’ dad died of cancer when she was still a teenager and for years she felt utterly incapable of speaking about how she really felt. So, she makes a show—which I saw in Edinburgh in 2014, and which subsequently transferred to Shoreditch Town Hall—that ingeniously tells her story, but only through writing. The comic and the heart-breaking rub up against each other in interesting ways and it should work a treat online.”
Hannah has always wanted to talk about her Dad. But in the seven years since he died, she hasn't quite managed it.
Not one to be defeated, she’s enlisted her friend David to help her on a journey through memory, laughter and sorrow, to finally come to terms with losing her dad.
Frank, funny and endlessly inventive, So It Goes explores the light and dark sides of grief in a playful and deeply personal show.