HELP!

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Dates and Times

4 August 2014 to 5 August 2014 at 7.30pm

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

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Presented by Jointventure Theatre
Winner of Best Actress and was nominated for Best Original Show at Reading Fringe Festival.

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Viki is not coping. Seeing people is a strain. Reading a book is a battle. Going food shopping is a horse-race and she’s in last place. It’s time to stop pretending to be ok. 

It’s time to ask for help.

HELP! is an engaging solo performance which questions what we know about ourselves. It is about falling apart, pulling yourself together and being surprised by what you are left with. 

Taking you from the dairy isle of Sainsbury’s to the greens of Ascot, via a disco of dirty secrets with a euro pop soundtrack; HELP! is a show for anyone who’s ever struggled.

It will be playing as part of The Ignite Festival, Ferment Fortnight at The Bristol Old Vic, Reading Fringe Festival, before coming to Camden People’s Theatre as part of The Camden Fringe Festival.

"A surreal blurring between reality and drama, in a refreshingly raw and honest performance.” Expose

"Hilarious, warm, touching and thought provoking all in one sitting. A must see." Dom Jinks, Arts and Culture, University of Exeter.

About the artist 

Viki Browne is a Theatre Maker and co-director of Jointventure Theatre Company, based in the South West.

She read Drama at the University of Exeter graduating with first class honours and has worked professionally as a producer, director, writer and performer. 

Her performance work has appeared in numerous venues; Downstairs at The Royal Court Theatre,The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Ignite Festival, The Northcott Theatre, The Bike Shed Theatre, The From Devon With Love Festival, Reading Fringe Festival, Stroud Theatre Festival and in Ferment Fortnight at The Bristol Old Vic. 

Jointventure have been supported by the University of Exeter Drama Department, Dom Jinks at University of Exeter Arts and Culture, Exeter Arts Council, Kaleider, The Bike Shed Theatre, and Wide Awake Devon.

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