FISHY | 7.30pm
SOMEONE FISHED A FISH ONCE
AND FOUND 17 BITS OF PLASTIC IN IT
IF YOU CUT ME OPEN
YOU’D FIND PLASTIC IN ME TOO.
FISHY is a show about plastic pollution. It is a fantastical queer imagining of a chemical landscape where life is evolving into surreal new forms.
From Edythe Woolley, winner of Man Up 2017, The Glory’s Drag King competition and performer at Buzzcut, SPILL and Camden People’s Theatre, is a playful and bizarre exploration of the effect plastic pollution will have on our world, our oceans and our bodies.
Made with Support From Arts Council England
LUCK OUT | 9pm
“I want to share your mouthful
I want to do all the things your lungs do so well
I’m gonna bed into you like a cat prance into a beanbag
Turn you inside out and lick you like a crisp packet”
– Every Other Freckle
Here is an invitation that can’t be made. Here is a conversation that can’t be started.
Watch us make it. Watch us start it.
Here is a line that can’t be crossed.
Watch us cross it.
“I found myself shouting out loud and giggling and wriggling in my seat in a way that felt unstoppable, unsettling and exciting.” Exeunt on First Draft of Roulette Player
Performer Joshua James
Director Ilinca Radulian
Dramaturg Christopher Brett Bailey
Sound Designer Josh Anio Grigg
Set and Video Designer Mikaela Liakata
Made with support from Arts Council England
Access tickets are priced at £13 and can be booked online. We offer free tickets for companions and these must be booked over the phone (020 3111 0570) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org