• © Hannah Ellison

  • © Hannah Ellison

  • © Hannah Ellison

  • © Hannah Ellison

  • © Hannah Ellison

  • © Hannah Ellison

a CAMPO / Unicorn / Norfolk Norwich production


 

 

What will you broadcast?

This show is not going to be what you expect. It’s not a play. It’s not a gig. It’s also both those things.

Eight musicians from London and Norfolk join performance artist Kim Noble, director Pol Heyvaert (CAMPO) and musician Jakob Ampe (The Germans) to create this new piece for 2017: an honest, raw exposition of what it’s like being young today. A live radio show on how to discover yourself through music.

A collaboration between arts centre CAMPO, Unicorn Theatre London and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.


IN ENGLISH / 55 MINUTES


…a canny critique of a society that straightjackets its young…and a quiet enquiry into the performance of identity.
WhatsOnStage, on Wild Life, 2016

★★★★★
‘Inspiring, self-deprecating, heartfelt and very entertaining.’ London Theatre 1

★★★★
‘a punching satire on how society treats the next generation.’ Time Out

★★★★
'...a jigsaw of hopes, dreams, experiences & insecurities. Just 9 young adults, playing around on stage with music, sound, video, exploring the limits of the stage. There’s something so encouraging – & so pure – in that..’ The Stage

★★★★
‘…it’s messy and sloppy and sad and goofy and confused and funny. It’s teenage life.’ The Upcoming

 

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