19 July | Showroom Studio | 9pm | £8
“And then the fisherman says-… and then the fish… the fi-“
A woman stands at a microphone. She can’t remember the punchline.
Award-winning company Unholy Mess return with a funny, strange and poignant play about growing up, memory, performance and what happens when we can’t get the story right.
About the artists:
Shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Spoken Word Fellowship, Jemima is a poet who has performed at the Barbican Main Hall, the Tate and for BBC iPlayer and BBC Two.
Unholy Mess are an award-winning company that combines poetry and theatre to create bold, new work. They are associate artists at Omnibus supported by ACE.
“The brilliant Foxtrot is the one to watch” Observer
“a glittering show, a gem in every sense, a shining thing” ★★★★ The Stage on Melody, Unholy Mess’ first poetry play.