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Event Postponed Until September
This event was originally scheduled for May but has been rescheduled to Sat 5 – Sun 6 Sep due to COVID-19. Tickets bought for the original date remain valid, and our box office will be in touch with you in due course. Please do bear with us, as a small number of staff are dealing with an unprecedented volume of activity. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
A Little Death
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What happens when we reach the point of no return?
William Williams is the local Butcher; but at 7 o’clock every night he takes off his bloody apron, opens up the doors of the family Dolls House and entertains us with tales of a World gone mad. With stories of wild dancing, ill-used clothes pegs, burning books, exploding big toes, and remote-control inflatable dolls, William will tell us…’It’s just like homeopathy… a little bit of bad news does you good‘.
Following on from the acclaimed success of THE CASTLE BUILDER, Vic Llewellyn returns with A Little Death, a one-man show about mass hysteria. It has songs from Kid Carpet, some very tiny objects, torches, and an invisible Gorilla.
‘…playful and funny …one of the best shows I’ve seen this year, and I can’t wait to see it again’
‘A Little Death is a compact masterpiece of storytelling that unfolds again and again like origami.’
Exeunt magazine’s most memorable UK -wide theatre 2018
‘…delightful and profound.’
Directed by Tanuja Amarsuriya and Emma Williams
Designed by Shona Reppe.
Produced by Emma Bettridge & FERMENT
Supported by Arts Council England.
VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 1
12+ | 55 mins