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Presented by the Hiccup Project 

May-We-Go-Round? is a collision of fiercely energetic dance and comedic
theatre. We jangle through the merry-go-round of romance, taking audiences along for the bitter-sweet ride. A provocative and playful insight into our romantic encounters, it swings wildly between hilarious truths and intimate vulnerabilities. We are two young women open a window into the tangled, delirious mess of it all, exploring the romantic clichés we can all so uncomfortably recognize.

We allow ourselves to dive fully and joyfully into love, embracing the dreamy delights of lusting, relishing the moments of singledom and dealing with the ‘difficult stuff.’ Our friendship is the anchoring thread, the launch pad for our exciting and heart-breaking adventures. We trip over, feel vulnerable, try to be sexy, get rejected and are downright silly along the way.

We are enthralled and compelled by our romantic encounters, yet at times flummoxed and irritated by the whole process.
Are we enjoying it? Yes. Does it make sense? No.
But, round and round we go…


Genre-splatting, refreshing, inventive…Theatre and dance that hurls custard pies at convention. Outstanding.” Paul Levy, Fringe Review.

This is wild and untamed woman of 2015… Allow yourselves to be taken on an energetic, compelling, hilarious journey and witness two young talented and feisty women come into their own definitions of femininity.” Didi Craze, Fringe Review.

“This duo are funny, bold and full of vibrant female power.” Antonia Grove, Probe.

Catch May-We-Go-Round in a double bill with Bubble Schmeisis (7.30pm). Two shows for just £16!

About the Company

Cristina and Chess founded comedic dance-theatre company The Hiccup Project in 2014.Their debut show May-We-Go-Round? sold out five nights, winning Fringe Review Award for Outstanding Theatre, South East Dance ‘Most Surprising’ Performance Award and shortlisted for Audience Choice Award.

THP is now supported by the South East Dance ‘Emerging Artists Programme’.

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