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Sunday 6th June at 7:30pm and then on demand until Sunday 13th June

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Featured in Sprint Digital, one week festival of spectacular, shape-shifting online performance featuring live-streams, audio projects and on-demand viewing for those with a taste for the new and unusual. Click here to view the full line-up.

Presented by Palomar Theatre & Artists

Do you hate being looked at? Or do you long to be seen? 

A perfect mother hides a dirty secret. A daughter’s drawing aches to be viewed. A jealous sister yearns for freedom. 

Enter a labyrinth of surreal stories that tell of one family’s legacy of longing. Watch inner monsters creep onto canvases, turtles lead the way to an ocean escape and a painted village hide behind the wall.  

The modern world’s fascination with watching women takes a fantastical turn… Combining video, animation and music, lose yourself in an online experience that takes up to an hour to unravel. 

(You can stop looking now.) 

Stunner will be made available on-demand for one week after the initial live stream. A link to the stream will be sent to the email you book with no later than 60 minutes before the initial live stream is due to begin.

With thanks to Strike A Light, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Tobacco Factory Theatres, The University of Gloucester, Rhiannon Kearns, Jenny Jope, Sophie Cottle and Amy Pendry.

Stunner Trailer from Palomar Theatre on Vimeo.



This performance contains references to violence, sex, strong language and eating disorders.


This performance contains loud music and flashing lights.

If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing Emma, our General Manager at [email protected]

About the company

We are five women who make visceral performance. We work across disciplines to provoke questions, explore the blurred spaces between binaries and let you decide for yourself.  

Palomar and artists: Eleanor Hope-Jones, Rachel Eames, Kate Rowsell, Annie Philbin and Gabi Spiro.  

For previous work:

The List ***** “Thought provoking & moving” 
The Wee Review **** “ style, talent and the ability to bring imagination to life.” 
The Skinny **** “Poignant and emotional… three-dimensionality is refreshing” 

Twitter: @palomartheatre  | Instagram: @palomartheatre | Facebook: @TheatrePalomar  | #Stunner 

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