At the Riley Theatre
In today’s disposable world where love is used to sell us everything from plug-in cars to yoghurt… where did real love go?
The latest dance theatre comedy show from New Art Club is a joyful, physical and verbal outburst against the forces that masquerade as love.
With dexterous physicality this impossibly big topic is broken open and brought vividly to life.
Running time: 60 mins
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“dynamic, physical, touching and hilarious ” – Broadway Baby
“Physical comedy with brains, I laughed ‘til my face hurt.” – The Observer
(Warning: includes some explicit language)
New Art Club are pioneering choreographers, comedy theatre makers and performers Pete Shenton and Tom Roden.
They have been presenting ground-breaking performances nationally and internationally since 2001.
Their work has been translated into French and Mandarin and has been performed in a variety of venues and settings including The Royal Opera House, a half empty pub in Halifax and Wembley Stadium.
They were Place Prize finalists in 2004 and won The Edinburgh Spotlight Best Comedy Award in 2010.