A caucasian woman with white clown makeup holding a small red ball with her mouth and looking directly at the viewer with wide open eyes

UTTER MESS!

PRESENTED BY STONECRABS THEATRE
Embrace the chaos with StoneCrabs’ new magical, thought-provoking, funny, and blissful theatrical journey.

When four performers from the UK & Japan meet in Tokyo to devise an absurd enigmatic clown performance, they can’t foresee the challenges they’ll face: loss of a place, of a culture, of a memory, of a loved one…

They immerse themselves into this new reality and as they do, they just cannot recall the details of the ‘whys and what fors’. So, they take pictures, shoot reels, create stories, and plaster their daily routines all over social media; they can’t really tell ‘what is what and, what is the point of it’, they can only but perform it.

In search for meaning and connection, they end up in the Museum of Lost Things where nothing is remembered forever, and frankly, it is a complete and utter mess. Yet, if you surrender to the chaos, it is also magical, funny and blissful too.

Common side effects: rise of energy, strong thoughts, bliss and laughter.

Disclaimer: this performance doesn’t provide any medical advice, nor the meaning of life.

27-28 JULY
7PM
£9 STANDARD
£7 CONCESSION

UTTER MESS!

PRESENTED BY STONECRABS THEATRE
Embrace the chaos with StoneCrabs’ new magical, thought-provoking, funny, and blissful theatrical journey.

When four performers from the UK & Japan meet in Tokyo to devise an absurd enigmatic clown performance, they can’t foresee the challenges they’ll face: loss of a place, of a culture, of a memory, of a loved one…

They immerse themselves into this new reality and as they do, they just cannot recall the details of the ‘whys and what fors’. So, they take pictures, shoot reels, create stories, and plaster their daily routines all over social media; they can’t really tell ‘what is what and, what is the point of it’, they can only but perform it.

In search for meaning and connection, they end up in the Museum of Lost Things where nothing is remembered forever, and frankly, it is a complete and utter mess. Yet, if you surrender to the chaos, it is also magical, funny and blissful too.

Common side effects: rise of energy, strong thoughts, bliss and laughter.

Disclaimer: this performance doesn’t provide any medical advice, nor the meaning of life.

27-28 JULY
7PM
£9 STANDARD
£7 CONCESSION

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Accessibility

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Content Warnings
Age Recommendation

14+

Duration

1h

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