And herein lies both Wilson’s typically mischievous nature and serious intent . . . Ishtar Rising is nothing less than a mytho-feminist screed masquerading as an antique stroke book; a brilliant, compact summary of ‘matrist’ attitudes, their cruel demotion and degradation, their struggle for survival, and their hoped-for triumphant restoration. – Grant Morrison, from his Foreword to Ishtar Rising
Director, actor, writer, Daisy Eris Campbell grew up in the lunatic world of her father, master storyteller Ken Campbell, described by The Guardian obituary as the most original and unclassifiable talent in British theatre of the past half-century. In Pigspurt’s Daughter, Daisy presents a surreal and comedic monologue that magnificently continues her family legacy of lunacy.