Dates and Times
Thu 9 - Sat 11 Nov at 9pm
Part of Shoot The Breeze: a fortnight of work addressing climate change and the environment. Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16! Simply add the tickets to your basket and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by Urban Foxes Collective
Floods is a discussion of two women’s attitudes towards the ethics of reproduction in an overpopulated world.
An irreverent and stylistically inventive piece about fear and the future. Funny and imaginative, an exploration into what is left for the next generation. Pregnant with knowledge and positively rotund, we must be resourceful when resources are diminished.
Floods seeks to enclose the audience in a womb-like environment, challenging them to confront and engage with the realities of tomorrow. High theatricality, humour and absurdity are integral components in our work, and we believe they allow us truthful insights into difficult subject matters.
Supported by Arts Council England, commissioned by The Junction Cambridge for WatchOUT Festival 2017 and created in partnership with Camden People’s Theatre and Theatre Delicatessen.
About the company
Urban Foxes Collective is a London based all-female theatre ensemble. Through female eyes, they unapologetically make multi-disciplinary performance that is concerned with the now. They are looking for ways to better understand themselves, each other and the confusing world we exist in. They celebrate contradictions in ourselves and in our shows and use movement, music and words in effort to find clarity. It’s about what gets stuck in their brains and they can’t stop talking about.
Image credit Claire Haigh.