A startling play about a boy who holds one arm above his head and never takes it down. A story of bloody-mindedness, modern art and how the things we do when we’re ten stick with us for life – told through the animation of everyday objects supplied by the audience. Mesmerizing and universally acclaimed, My Arm was the critical discovery of the Edinburgh Festival 2003. Photo Credit: Francis Hills

A startling play about a boy who holds one arm above his head and never takes it down. A story of bloody-mindedness, modern art and how the things we do when we’re ten stick with us for life – told through the animation of everyday objects supplied by the audience. Mesmerizing and universally acclaimed, My Arm was the critical discovery of the Edinburgh Festival 2003.


Photo Credit: Francis Hills


My Arm

Tim Crouch

UK (England)

UTR 2006 - The Public