The Award Winning Show My Voices Have Tourettes RETURNS for another year at The Secret Cellar!
EVERY Tuesday at 21:00 (9:00 pm)
“My Voices Have Tourettes” is a unique Stand Up Comedy show that features comedians with disorders and syndromes to help raise awareness for mental health and neurological disorders in a fun way! The show was created for Reykjavík Fringe 2018 by “HED Syndrome”, a group consisting of one comedian with Schizophrenia (Hannah Proppé Bailey) and two comedians with Tourette Syndrome (Elva Dögg and Dan Zerin). With the show’s instant success and a news article after the first night, the popular demand of Reykjavík citizens and traveling tourists led to “Voices” becoming a weekly show at its home, The Secret Cellar.
The show has now been featured in almost every media outlet here in Iceland and 2019 brought an array of success.
In 2019, the comedians were invited to speak at schools, perform at private events, perform for local mental health/neurological disorder organizations, hosted their first charity event called “Voices For Charity”, and performed “Voices” in three countries (Iceland, Finland, and Sweden). “Voices” has won awards in all three countries it has been performed in and, at the end of 2019, was nominated for Hvatningarverðlaun (Motivational Award) at Öryrkjabandalag Ísland’s Award Ceremony. During the award ceremony, co-creator/host of “Voices” Dan Zerin performed a set right before the President of Iceland gave a speech to announce the winners. In his speech, the President thanked Dan, personally, for his set and tireless efforts to help and better the mental health/neurological community.
Tuesdays at 21:00 (9:00 pm)
We recommend getting early to get seats!