A neo-cabaret performance exploring the anxiety of constantly trying to fit in and adjusting in society from the perspective of first-generation migrants. Fruits or, The Decline of a Distant Memory is a neo-cabaret performance from the trenches of humanity about the fruitless attempts of finding love. Who are we now, swimming within a universal subconscious, attempting to find freedom? A journey toward the light within that’s slowly running out of electricity. A push to reignite the true self. Stuck in the midst of space and time three entities are searching for meaning. There’s a smell of longing in the air and we’re falling through oblivion. Through a series of apparently disconnected vignettes, they navigate by morphing into various shapes. This is ultimately a love story between the self and its reflection. Electric and infantile flavours of sweet and bitter collapse. Age Recommendation: 16+ Contains Strong Language, Adult Themes and Graphic Images.