Shamira Turner and Eugenie Pastor make work with one of my favourite companies: Little Bulb. But like all women they know how to multi-task and they also have their own company, She-Goat, that crosses all the boundaries that divide theatre and live music. So I have really high hopes for this piece that apparently features historical wigs, irreverent nudity, reckless dancing, and lots of coffee. She-Goat describe their show as “a queer-platonic mix-tape into the unknown future and forgotten past of doing love differently.” Sounds both different and fun from two mighty and multi-talented performers.
Zany live radio gig-theatre exploring unconventional relationships and celebrating the unusual and underrepresented qualities of love. Two dudes. Well, kind of dudes. A garage studio. A late night broadcast. Time slips between noughties love-pop, 70s folk fever and 18th-century French philosophy. The dudes slip between instruments. Everything gets tangled. Our kind of love is tangled and slippery. Love in the in-between. Love that doesn’t have language yet. This is The Undefinable. Clear the decks for historical wigs, irreverent nudity, reckless dancing, and a whole lot of coffee – as we embark on a queer-platonic mix-tape into the unknown future and forgotten past of doing love differently. Every performance will be accessible to Visually Impaired audiences (with integrated live audio description).