Dates and Times
Wed 13 May 2020 at 7.15pm
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Presented by Estlin Love
Bloodied sheets, scattered belongings.
A body, motionless, crumpled amongst piles of trash. Armed with nothing but the discarded items she is found in, we follow one woman’s rageful reckoning with love, and her subsequent attempt to piece together the fragments left in its wake.
A bold and challenging interrogation into violence and love, and the damage inflicted by both, BLEACH is a visually striking show which seeks to hold a mirror up to the audience, and reveal to them the hypocrisy, complicity and consequence of their actions. Using a combination of dark clowning and irreverent humour, we follow one woman as she delves mercilessly into the normative values of romance, sex, and power, and ultimately shreds them.
“This show marks the emergence of a striking new stage talent… with a story to tell, and energy and brilliance to burn…” – The Scotsman, Nov 2019
Supported by Creative Scotland, with support from Surge.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The performance contains visual references to sexual violence and coercive control. Recommended age rating 16+. To read the detailed synopsis with the content to consider, please click here.
The company believes there are no health warnings for this performance.
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About the company
Estlin Love is a Scottish based theatre maker and single mother. She is an advocate and activist for women’s rights.
Image credit (c) Alberto Santos Bellido
Image description: A woman in light pink, blood-stained shirt and skirt. She gives her back to a mirror, crouching on a floor beside garbage bags.