Siberia 2121

Dates and Times

Sun 30 Sep at 3:30pm & 6:30pm

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Ticket information

£15/12 (conc.)

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Presented by Zootrophic

Was it war, climate change, economic collapse? We don’t know. But we’re all Siberians now. Join a motley crew and their guardians in a Siberian’s refugee camp as they remember long gone times of plenty while trying to rebuild their lives in precarious conditions. The audience will cast the characters and direct the main plotline. Expect outrage, grace, cross-communication and the occasional murder.

Tickets: £15/12 (conc.) when booked in advance, £18/15 (conc.) when purchased on the door.

Audience reviews for Zootrophic

“Very visual, physical, well polished.”

“Wonderful performance. You were amazing!”

“Beautiful performance, great improvised storytelling.”

“Loved it.”

“Absolutely honest and mysterious, great one! Laugh and love!”

“Having the musicians increased the sense of drama. Talented actors full of enthusiasm, particularly enjoyed the dancing evoking moods and feelings.”

“Thank you for the wonderful show last night. Loved that there was a space for everyone and everything. So many different forms of expression and yet all the pieces of the story, music, dancing and who knows what else coming together so beautifully. It felt like there was something big holding them together.”

About Zootrophic

Zootrophic is a London based collective of actors, dancers and musicians, making improvisational theatre that is beautiful to watch. They give space to music, dance and dialogues to tell stories from the edge of chaos. Art Direction: Remy Bertrand. Movement: Elina Akhmetova . Musique: Roddy Skeaping

Past shows include “100 Years AB (After Brexit)” June 2017, New River Warehouse, London, “Rites Of Spring” March 2016, Chisenhale Dance Space, London, “Uncivilised”, October 2015, Chisenhale Dance Space, London, “Sex And Violence: A Human History” April 2015, Chisenhale Dance Space, London.

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