A Place That Belongs To Monsters
'And I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts... '
A girl plays ponies while her mother cooks, a teenager jumps the barrier to ride a funfair carousel, a woman sits defeated in the bookies after closing time, a pensioner stands barefoot in a field of wild horses. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse reimagined by Fringe First-winning writer and storyteller Casey Jay Andrews. A beating heart of spoken word punctuates stories of fury and fear.
Praise for previous work:
'That was f*cking great' (Daniel Kitson, The Archive of Educated Hearts).
3rd - 27th August
The Wild Unfeeling World
A tender, furious and fragile reimagining of Moby Dick from Fringe-First Award winning writer & storyteller Casey Jay Andrews.
It’s 4.30am: Dylan is lying on the roof-top of a multi-storey car park in Hounslow, she watches as jumbo-jets rumble into the crisp dawn. A surreal & lyrical suburban fable about recklessly seeking something that is out of your grasp.
Winner: Best Theatre (Adelaide Fringe Weekly Awards)
Recommended: The Guardian “Top Shows of the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe”
“Funny, and sad, and deeply human” The Scotsman
“A blissful mix of poetry and sophisticated storytelling” Once-A-Week Theatre
4th - 28th August