Papaya Fest: Unfamiliar

Victor Esses and Yorgos Petrou present and new show exploring what is a family, can we make our own and what do we need to do to live the life we always wanted?

12th Oct 2019
7pm | £12 (£10 conc.)

What is a family? Where does it come from? Can we make our own? Theatre maker Victor Esses (Where to Belong) and visual artist Yorgos Petrou recently made some big plans, and they don’t know if they are ready for them. One is to make a show together, the other is to have a baby… Unfamiliar is a frank autobiographical performance combining text, movement and found objects to explore received and created narratives, legacy and being queer today. What do we need to do to live the life we always wanted?

Papaya Fest 2019
At the beating heart of Papaya is a unique fusion of Latin American and British culture, so we’ll be bringing together an incredible array of theatre, live music and DJs and mixing it all up into one ferocious fiesta of a weekend.

Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)
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