So there’s a couple. Let’s call them Lea and Stefan. Maybe they’ve settled down. Maybe they’ve even got a mortgage.
Trouble is, one of them has betrayed the other. Repeatedly.
First it was just small things - a fiver was borrowed and not paid back. But then the car was given away to an expensive lover. And when their flat was sold to 7 different buyers, they both really knew the trust was gone.
Meanwhile, a voice on the radio sings you need more, you need more, you need more.
Jude Christian's production is a funny and irreverent exploration of broken relationships, the tyranny of capitalism and the level of denial you must have to survive systems you can no longer trust.
Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes, no interval
“like watching a huge art installation explode into life”
“an extraordinary mix of the political, the personal and the pantomimic”
“Christian experiments with this theatrical space in breathtaking ways”
Ought to be Clowns
“there’s a euphoria to its ambivalent survey of humanity's nonsense.”