Camden Fringe: Where Is Ban Ki – Moon?

Dates and Times

Tue 6 - Sat 10 August 2019 at 9pm

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Ticket information

£10

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Part of Camden Fringe 2019: London’s Alternative to Edinburgh Fringe. To view the rest of the programme, click here

We will sell tickets on the door from one hour before the event is due to start, subject to availability. 

Presented by We Talk Of Horses 

“The difference between someone like me and someone like you is something I think about every single fucking day”.

There’s a man onstage telling you bad jokes. There’s a woman too, but she’ll start making sense later.

After a devastating personal event, a young man tries to piece together exactly what makes a person happy. Sometimes the woman onstage helps him. Sometimes she does not. Sometimes he enters into a dialogue with an internet shyster claiming to be the UN Secretary General (2007-2016). And sometimes that helps.

Let’s send some emails. Let’s talk about cats. Let’s decide whether we’re happy.

Following the success of their first show “You Down There And Me Up Here”, “Where is Ban-Ki Moon?” is We Talk Of Horses’ sophomore effort; a passionate, relentlessly honest and brutally energetic examination of grief, suicide and how we talk to each other.

About the Company

We Talk Of Horses was founded at the University of East Anglia by Sam Rees and Pip Williams in 2017. We believe in the primacy of the individual’s emotional experience, and aim to tell stories in innovative, visceral ways that communicate with audiences in as direct a way as possible.

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