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Bang Bang Bang Group presents
Shame - A Double Bill
Friday 22 September
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
In a nutshell
A dance-theatre double bill that takes you on a blistering joy-ride through the underbelly of shame.
Part one: Guns, Water, Monica Lewinsky
Featuring the Monica Lewinsky scandal, a shocking roll-call of tragic refugee statistics, and an outrageous Hollywood pitch for an upcoming blockbuster called ‘Aleppo’, guns, water, monica Lewinsky is a scathing and kinky trip round contemporary shame politics. A shaming, the shameful and the shameless.
Part two: The Interior Life of Grace Goode
Are you suffering from red-faced guilt?
Join us, on a casual stroll through Grace’s internal trauma!
The Bang Bang Bang Group makes experimental live work that smashes together dance, theatre and performance art. We take a radical approach to form and a playful take on content.
What to Expect
Two multi-form theatrical works, featuring four cross-disciplinary performers, new writing, dance and live music. Expect breezy laughs, acid commentary and indecent thoughts.
Quang Kien Van
Quang is a dancer and a choreographer. His recent choreographic work includes Lunar Orbits (Chinese Art Space), Bunny Dance (Royal Court) and his full-length work Lunar Shadows (Greenwich Dance, Rich Mix).
Debbie is a freelance director. Debbie recently directed Pandora (Pleasance Theatre), Killer Joe (Royal Welsh), The Session (Soho), Who Cares (Royal Court). She has also written Vinyl Idol (Oran Mor) and adapted Notes from the Underground (Citizens).
What people are saying
Praise for Lunar Shadows (choreographed by Quang Kien Van):
‘Unique, different, and at times downright eerie, Lunar Shadows is absolutely worth the journey’ – Everything Theatre
Praise for Pandora (directed by Debbie Hannan):
‘Expertly directed’ – West End Wilma
‘Conceptually profound and elegantly realised’ – Culture By Night
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Things you should know
Please note - latecomers will only be allowed in within 5 minutes of start, and thereafter discretely.
This event is wheelchair accessible.