The critically acclaimed true-crime two-hander is back and tastier than ever! Don’t miss this one-off special performance back at Omnibus Theatre where it all began.
Inspired by shocking true events, FIJI is a gripping two-hander that blends True Crime with Romantic Comedy to deliver a thrill-ride as hilarious and warm as it is fascinatingly dark & twisted.
Nick is cooking for Sam at his place and, if all goes to plan, this will be their first and last meeting. So what exactly is on the menu? Well, they do say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach…
FIJI is a multi-award nominated ★★★★★ show about a deliciously unfathomable relationship – one you may have only ever heard about on the news.
This is the biting brainchild of Pleasance Futures Award Winners and “modern masterpiece” makers Clay Party & the “vividly stark” Conflicted Theatre, Co-produced by London’s award winning Omnibus Theatre, whose Artistic Director Marie McCarthy says, “Fiji is as funny and shocking as it is tender and powerful. Audiences have to see this!”
“Remarkably tender… surprisingly funny, laced with an edge of something metallic.”
Clay Party is a theatre group that champions new writing and specifically the exploration of society’s more curious subcultures. Using an in-house style that plays with the rhythms of conversational naturalism to underpin subject matter, Clay Party like to explore dramatic action between two or three characters in one single location and in real time.
Conflicted Theatre have been adapting, devising & creating new work for non-traditional theatre spaces since 2010. We strive to make work that will allow us to walk up to anyone on any street and say, “Come see our show, we made it for you.” We explore dark subjects through humour and light, exploiting our imaginations as best we can in order to ignite yours.
“Whether you want a thought-inducing challenge or a good belly laugh – Fiji is well worth your time.”
Spy in the Stalls
“Clay Party and Conflicted Theatre’s unsettling synthesis of modern dating and true crime was met with a well-deserved standing ovation.”
“A pleasure to be an audience member.”
Within Her Words