Mon 1 January 0001 - Tue 24 November 2020
Virtual performance via Zoom
What is a family? Where does it come from? Can we make our own?
Victor and Yorgos recently made some big plans, and they don’t know if they are ready for them. One is to create a performance together, the other is to have a baby…
An adaptation of their piece Unfamiliar, Unfamiliar at Home is performed in the artists’ home, on Zoom. This tender autobiographical performance combines text, movement and found objects to explore family, wanting children and being queer today. What do we need to do to live the life we always wanted?
Nominated for LUKAS Awards 2019 and shortlisted for Zealous Stories: Performance Prize.
Frank, intimate, layered and highly emotional - Camden New Journal
Developed at Battersea Arts Centre, The Pleasance, The Marlborough, Applecart Arts and Finnish Institute London. It was selected by Brighton Dome's The Works where it received dramaturgical support, scratched at The Basement and Barbican Centre as part of Fertility Fest. It is kindly supported by Arts Council England and High Commission of Cyprus in the UK.
1 hour + 20 minutes Q&A | Ages 10+ | Audio Description and Captioning available
£12 | £8
If you can, please purchase a ticket for each person in your household who would like to watch.
You'll be sent Zoom login details on the day of the event, please make sure to check you junk/spam folders. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not recieved the email on the day.