Dates and Times
Tue 15 - Thu 17 May at 9pm
Part of our Spring 2018 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 into your basket and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by Olly Hawes
A black comedy.
About a crisis of masculinity.
Performed by the male writer and a completely unprepared female performer each night.
Culture, capitalism, patriarchy, fiction and reality all blur as She becomes increasingly unsure of what she’s complying with, and He desperately tries to confront his malign influence on the world.
A genre bending performance combining beautifully crafted and experimental storytelling that utilises the unpredictable nature of live performance. A challenging but humane portrait of the consequences of patriarchy that is humorous, unsettling, and always on the edge of anarchy.
“A performer who is sure to find greatness.” – A Younger Theatre
“Total Fangirl. Man holds himself to account for misogyny.” – Jessie Thompson, Evening Standard
“Fabulous. The balance between light and shade, dark and darker is just right.” – London Theatre 1
“Left me incredibly angry. Truly disgusted me.” – Laura Gilbert, Exeunt
About the artist
Olly makes performance that combines storytelling, theatre and live art. His shows have been performed at venues across Britain, and he has worked with The National, The Young Vic, and was a Creative Associate at The Bush. He is co-artistic director of community storytelling company take stock exchange and was selected as a Clore Emerging Cultural Leader in 2016.