Dates and Times
Tue 28 - Wed 29 Apr 2020 at 7.15pm
Featured in our Spring 2020 programme. Browse the full line-up here.
Take advantage of our double-bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16, or make the most of our Season Pass and book tickets for three different shows to receive a 10% discount. Simply add the tickets for the shows into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by dangerously loose
In the warm comfort of a dark room, wrapped in a duvet and consuming endless amounts of biscuits, we find the Searcher. She’s most of us – face lit up by a laptop screen, scrolling away at the chaos of the world. She’s overwhelmed and paralysed. She’s trying to comfort herself. And she’s looking for love.
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE? is dangerously loose’s first production. The company was moved to action, much like the Searcher, by a desire to understand how love can figure in today’s unstable climate. Inspired by the words of academic thinkers on pluralism, activism and the politics of emotion, as well as by Extinction Rebellion’s wave of civil disobedience, AYNIL sees big ideas through the lens of personal conflict. It asks: what moves us to action? And can love play a part?
Playing with projection and digital spaces, movement and clown, cacophony and silence, AYNIL places bodies at the centre of the action. dangerously loose invite the audience to join the Searcher on a quest for connection with the stuff that matters to us. To be restless, to find common ground, to be loving.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there is any health warnings in this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by calling 0207 419 4841 or email James, our General Manager on [email protected].
About the company
dangerously loose are a new theatre company from Royal Central. We make work which explores political, traditionally ‘academic’ subjects in a way which makes them accessible and play to theatre’s strengths as a visual metaphor for the realm of ideas.