Event Details

Presented by Milk Presents. (Shows Tue 12 – Sat 16, Wed 20 – Sat 23, Wed 27 – Sat 30) Part of Come As You Are, a three-week festival interrogating and celebrating gender from cis to trans, from binary to beyond. ?I am a minotaur and I am dangerous to those I love. I don?t mean to make anyone feel uncomfortable, that?s not my intention, but facts are what they are.? Milk Presents drop a bull into a gender shop and hope it breaks everything. A wild show about not taming the minotaur within. In BULLISH, ancient mythology meets modern gender negotiation. Inspired by Ovid?s Minotaur, a gender fierce ensemble of hopers and renegades try to pass, pack and blag their way out of the labyrinth. Milk Presents are an award winning theatre company who are an associate of both Derby Theatre and The Bush Theatre. Their previous production JOAN won a Scotsman fringe first, spirit of the fringe Stage Award. All performance of BULLISH will be accessible for deaf and hard of hearing audience members using hand-held captioning equipment The Difference Engine. The Difference Engine is available as an app and can be downloaded onto your smart phone or tablet prior to the show where the captioning will be directly streamed. This is not a replacement for BSL and we therefore appreciate that it will not be suitable for all d/Deaf audiences.


Event Organiser/Organisation
Camden People's Theatre
Start Date/Time
12 Sep 2017 at 19:15
End Date/Time
30 Sep 2017 at 20:15
Venue Address
Camden People's Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Rd NW1 2PY
Event Website
Booking Instructions
To book tickets visit: https://www.cptheatre.co.uk/production/bullish/

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