Amazonian Sweat Lodge

Dates and Times

Sat 23 March 2019 at 7.15pm

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Ticket information

£8 (work-in-progress)

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Part of Sprint Festival 2019, CPT’s annual festival of adventurous new performance, running Tuesday 5 – Sunday 24 March.

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Presented by Joana Nastari & Koko Brown

We welcome you Brothers, Sisters, and Siblings alike. After a transcendent spiritual awakening Jo & Koko have returned to London from Amazon, Swansea, where they had a cosmic transformation and now are legitimately enlightened beings. Koko & Jo have created their own church and you are the congregation. Together they will create an experience for you so that you can be awakened too. Step into their sweat lodge and let them be your spirit guides. Journey through the cosmos of faux spirituality, songs, ceremony, and Amazon purchases.

Award-winning, critically acclaimed theatre makers Joana Nastari (Fuck You Pay Me) & Koko Brown (WHITE, Hive City Legacy) bring you blend of cabaret, gig-theatre and pseudo-spiritual ritual. Part church sermon, part raucous party – full of music, comedy and consensual audience participation.

Bring an offering. There will be a sacrifice.

This performance will include a post-show discussion with the artists.

Originally commissioned by CASA Latin American Theatre Festiva l with Ovalhouse theatre.

About the company

Joana is a Queer, Brazilian-British performance artist based in London who blends music, comedy, and poetry to make dark, observant, funny theatre about Stripclubs, psychedelic drugs and matriarchal Brazilian families.

Koko is a theatre-maker, spoken word artist, and vocal looper. She takes pride in her roots and creates work about being the ‘other’, mainly focusing on race, mental health, gender, and identity.

Upcoming Performances

Sat 23 Mar, 2019
7:15 pm