Dates and Times
19 May 2015 to 22 May 2014 at 9pm
Double bill offer: Double up and see two shows for £15! Catch Gods are fallen (show at 7.30pm) alongside The Inquiline for just £15. Simply add the shows to your basket and we'll do the rest.
Created and directed by Sasha Milavic Davies
Performed by Thomas Monckton
Text read by Hayley Carmichael
Sound design: Paul Corley
Lighting Designer: Marty Langthorne
Writer: Eric Lewitus
1. An animal living in the nest, burrow, or body of another animal.
A solo-show by world-class physical performer Thom Monckton.
"Monckton is nothing short of a genius” Boardway Baby
You’re invited to a private audience with your parasite. He wants to explain himself. He wants to tell you why you do the things you do. He wants to reassure you you’re being looked after. He wants to remind you not to panic.
The Inquiline has no name, no body, no brain; only instinct to never stop moving, never stop feeling, never stop outlasting. Most of all, he wants you to know he loves you very much.
Watch the trailer here.
About the artists
Thom Monckton is an internationally renowned physical performer and clown who still dabbles in circus but these days makes absurd, dark, and at times totally inexplicable shows. Sasha Milavic Davies is a director/choreographer working in opera, dance, and live installation throughout Europe. She makes experimental, structure-less, cross-genre work and sometimes wishes she were a visual artist instead.
"Bizarre yet tremendously satisfying" – A Younger Theatre on Thom Monckton's The Pianist at London International Mime Festival 2015.
@sashamdavies | www.sashamdavies.com