Dates and Times
Sat 18 - Sun 19 Nov at 9pm (7pm on Sun 19 Nov)
Part of our Autumn 2017 programme. Browse the full season here. 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 The Hiccup Project
Cristina and Chess have both experienced smashing their two front teeth. It affected them. It got them thinking. In a culture preoccupied with perfect smiles, keeping a stiff upper lip and for everything to always be ‘fine’, how do we deal with difficult things? What happens if we don’t want to deal with them? Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry and sometimes we distract ourselves. But don’t worry: it’s okay, they’re dealing with it.
After a sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2016 and a sell-out in Brighton Festival 2017, It’s okay, I’m dealing with it asks what we do when things aren’t okay. Through their multi-award-winning combination of dance, comedy and theatre, Cristina and Chess unravel their own struggles and vulnerabilities and try to piece together how to cope with them.
“Physical comedy and dance are stupendous companions when they work – and Chess and Cristina have the energy and the intelligence to make it work. Their dance is skilled, their timing is spot-on, and their comedy is hilarious” – Fringe Guru
“Fizzing with wit and invention… Cristina and Chess have the kind of chemistry that can’t be faked” – Exeunt Magazine on ‘May-We-Go-Round?’
“Genre-splatting, refreshing, inventive… Theatre and dance that hurls custard pies at convention. Outstanding” –
Supported by Arts Council England, Dance East, Dance Base and South East Dance.
About the company
The Hiccup Project are a Brighton-based comedic dance-theatre duo, formed in 2014. Their first work May-We-Go-Round received sell-out audiences in Brighton Fringe 2015, and won the Fringe Review Award for Outstanding Theatre and South East Dance Award. The show has since toured nationally, including a critically acclaimed run at Edinburgh Fringe 2016 and several performances at CPT.
Image credit: Tim Andrews.