Daniel Oliver: Weird Séance - Cancelled

Date:Wed 08 Apr
Time:7.30pm
Venue:J2
Price:Pay What You Feel tickets from £2.50

This event has been cancelled. Please contact our box office regarding refunds by emailing tickets@junction.co.uk

Join Daniel for a wild and raucous participatory performance in a fake real woods in an ACTUALLY IMAGINED post-apocalyptic future of a participatory performance about YOU AND YOUR REAL FAKE DEATHS that actually happened in THE PAST which is NOW.  

Sometime ago in a performance space just like this one something went really, awfully, violently wrong. It involved Daniel Oliver doing a participatory performance and it involved an axe and it involved you and all the people you were with. We gather here to revisit, remember and reconstruct that event – and, with Daniel’s help, to attempt contact with those we lost.  

This is a performance about getting involved and not getting involved, about pretending but not pretending we’re not pretending, about reaching a Dionysian space of euphoria and transformation through immersion in awkwardness and horror, and about having fun with the idea that you and everyone you love died horribly.  

With live music from Steve Blake

 

 

Show contains nudity, audience participation, reference to violence and death, loud music, fake blood.

'Beginning as a bumble and closing in a hilarious, warm, merciless satire of the conventions of live art, it blasts any concerns about sentiment or self-congratulation into jagged fragments' 5 Stars 

Stewart Pringle, The Stage 

Also picked by Stewart Pringle as one of The Stage’s “Critics best shows” at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016 

Show contains nudity, audience participation, reference to violence and death, loud music, fake blood.

Originally developed with support from Arts Council England and SPILL Festival of Performance.

Age: 16+

Duration: 1 hour

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.

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