Following a ★★★★ (The Scotsman) debut, tour of Scotland and run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, surrogate productions presents Who Killed My Father at Camden People’s Theatre.
Growing up gay in a small town in France, Édouard endured the violence and homophobia of his alcoholic, right-wing father, a factory worker.
In 2000, his father suffered an accident which left him bed-bound and on morphine for the pain. Now, Édouard confronts his father, uncovering a startling connection between political decisions and his father’s broken body.
Who Killed My Father is an intimate declaration of love from son to father and a defiant call for social justice.
Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland
QUI A TUÉ MON PÈRE Copyright ã 2018, Édouard Louis All rights reserved
WHO KILLED MY FATHER, by Édouard Louis, translated by Lorin Stein, copyright © 2018 by Édouard Louis, translation copyright © 2019 by Lorin Stein. Translation used by permission of New Directions Publishing Corp.