Dates and Times
Fri 14 - Sat 15 July at 8pm
Presented by Frenetic Fox Theatre
Paul’s thumb has found the one.
Three & 1/2 inches long, durable and black.
Drawn together by a multitude of dating apps and his owner’s unrealistic yearning to be united with his soul mate.
But where does this leave Paul? Can he gauge the intellectual capacity of a potential suitor by the extent of their typos? And is he capable of answering the key existential question of our generation: Does one gym selfie truly capture the inner workings of your soul?
Serenading you with original song, spoken word and just the right amount of desperation, join Paul as he questions your relationship with dating apps – exploring tech-addiction, disillusionment and how far are we prepared to go to be fulfilled.
‘Appily Ever After is one-man, performance piece centred around Paul’s misadventures app-dating – utilising projection to illustrate his experiences. Exploring themes including app-addiction, disillusionment and sexual assault within the gay community – journey with Paul and reassess your app-prowess to question whether it is at detriment to both your physical and mental wellbeing.
About the company
Frenetic Fox is a Bristol-based company which company draws inspiration from personal experiences growing up in a world saturated by online networking and irresponsible media. FF likes to incorporate original music along with imaginative visual elements and the spoken word.
We create theatre which reflects the modern appetite for storytelling in a world where Netflix rules the roost.
“Superb!” Ivan Jackson of BCFM Radio on ‘Appily Ever After
(In-development preview at the Wardrobe Theatre)