Pole dancing comedian Siân Docksey (as seen on BBC 3, “Joy and bewilderment in equal measure” ★★★★ The Skinny) cheerfully ignores climate disaster, another recession and the steady creep of fascism to see if hanging off a stick can make you stop thinking about death.
A brand new genre-smashing philosophical dance-comedy party. And/or just a woman having an existential crisis on a stick, probably.
Co-created with Jake Wood and directed by Alexander Bennett.
“It’s awesome and like no comedy you’ve ever seen” (Funny Women Guide)
“Upsetting burlesque” (Audience review)
Previous praise for Siân Docksey:
“Flat-out hilarious” (The Wee Review)
"Unalloyed joy & full of impish verve" (Chortle)
"With a great energy and a surreal vibe, Docksey is very funny - on the face of it her set is full of quirky humour and off-beat anecdotes but underneath she addresses important issues of gender and sexual politics" (The F-Word)
Part of Spiegeltent's Weekend of Weird, 26th - 29th May.
Company Name: Siân Docksey
Duration: 60 mins
Lower Age Suitability: 16
Upper Age Suitability: +
Under 2's will require a concession ticket.
Content Warnings: Contains Swearing
Venues: Brighton Spiegeltent: BoscoAccessible Toilet Assistance Dogs Welcome Wheelchair Access Step-free Access
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