Dates and Times
Thu 26 March 2020 at 9pm
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Presented by The Strange Names Collective
The Strange Names Collective offer you an invitation to imagine something murderous, and how to get away with it. It doesn’t matter why you would want to do it, and we’ll provide the how and the who. Instead, let’s find out what it takes to murder someone, how would you actually go about getting away with it, and whether it matters or not if we imagine violence ‘hypothetically’.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This show contains descriptions of violence. Recommended age rating 12+. To read the detailed synopsis with the content to consider, please click here.
This performance does not require any health warnings.
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About the company
The Strange Names Collective is the Artistic practice of Philip Stanier and collaborators. Since 2001 they have made projects that explore the peculiarity and strangeness of existence.
Audience comments: ‘Like watching a series of short films in my head’, ‘Experiential, multilayered, mythic, awesome storyweaving’, ‘Spellbinding’.