Daniel is dyspraxic and is too slow.
Frauke has ADHD and is too quick.
They are married and have kids.
Join the couple in the Meadowdrome, their fantastical escapist world. Together you will encounter awkwardly intimate interactive actions, strange dances, sweet and surreal songs, and other off-kilter "grown-up" activities.
This interactive show invites you to explore, converse and play within the neurodivergent realm Daniel and Frauke have created.
Age Recommendation: 16+
Please Note: This performance contains male and female nudity, references to sex, loud music and haze.
Although this is a standing show with optional audience participation, there are seats available should audience members require them.
Duration: Approx. 60mins
Artist Chloe Spicer invites you to take part in the interactive installation, Brain Map from 6.30pm in the theatre bar.
Most people think in a straight line, like this: from A to B. But some people don't exactly go from A to B. Some people start at C and follow a spectacular spaghetti path through H,U,J,M round to Z and zoom off into adventures in space and time around letters from indecipherable ancient scripts, before crashing down, exhausted, somewhere near A, having forgotten all about B. Armed only with a bundle of wool, join us in the Brain Map den and have a go at sculpting your own thought patterns.
We understand it can be difficult for a parent to come out in the evening so we’ve programmed a performance of Dadderrs earlier in the day. You can come with or without your child. Please bear in mind that this is not a children’s show and it does contain adult themes.
To book for the Parent & Baby Matinee click HERE.
Created & Performed: Frauke Requardt & Daniel Oliver
Music: Steve Blake
Artistic Advisor/ Dramaturge: Frank Bock
Costume Maker: Charlotte Austen
Production Manager: Tom Wilson
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Autumn Season 2019