A supreme WTF of a show... INSANE CHAOS!
I had a very good time. It's not a very good show. I'd see it again.
Like a seventy-five minute joke no one except the performers are in on.
BABY is a 1985 American adventure fantasy film; what your lover calls you; and your mother calls you. An inconoclastic, rhapsodic and ice-cold performance on the problem of human agency.
This work will be enjoyed by you if you like: Throwing Bricks Through Windows, Enjoying, and a polar bear eating its young.
Text-based, post-dramatic, political satire that is mostly as described in the image above; an audience with a polar bear; a victim of climate change, forced migration and globalisation. You are what you eat and this beast has eaten it’s young, your young and smoked the entire meth crisis.
“In a universe where all seek the true face under the mask , the best way to mislead is to wear the mask of truth itself ” – S. Zizek
“Sometimes I put on a ski mask and dress in old clothes, go out on the streets and beg for quarters.” – Mike Tyson
“Polar bears… they’re just used as a deceitful heartthrob; you know, to pluck your heartstrings.” – Piers Corbyn
written, performed and like generally you know all that business
by T. Manderson-Galvin + T. Payne
by Antoinette Barboutis
by Jules Pascoe
Presented in association with
A Co-Production with
Performers | 2
Crew | 0
Duration | 55m, no interval
Set-Up | Previous or same day set-up and open
Touring Availability | For dates in 2017, or beyond
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Yes it is.
21st Century +
27 Jan – 7 Feb 2016
REVIEW of ‘Baby’ | Plays to See 08 Feb 2016
REVIEW of ‘Baby’ | Broadway Baby 04 Feb 2016
REVIEW of ‘Baby’ | J.Waygood 01 Feb 2016
the Audience of ‘Baby’ | Doppelgangster 04 Feb 2016
the Audience of ‘Baby’ | Doppelgangster 30 Jan 2016
the Audience of ‘Baby’ | Doppelgangster 27 Jan 2016