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Welcome To Paradise By A Ship Of Fools

Welcome To Paradise By A Ship Of Fools

Tue 1 Oct 2019

19:00

Welcome To Paradise By A Ship Of Fools

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Welcome to Paradise by A Ship of Fools A playful, hilarious and anarchic comedy explodes traditional images of Christmas, greed and consumerism. Masters of their craft Porl Cooper - Slung Low The cleverest, darkest funniest comedy I think I've ever seen Jonny Unknown ★★★★★ Broadway Baby Welcome to Paradise is an incredible show from controversial Gaulier trained performers a Ship of Fools Theatre Company. A rollercoaster of audience interactive clowning that tap dances back and forth over the lines of decency to shock and horrify our audience. This playful, hilarious and anarchic Bouffon comedy explodes traditional images of Christmas, greed and consumerism. Two likeable trickster tramps toy with the audience creating an exciting and thrilling atmosphere we shower the audience with sweets, toys and gifts. Then just as they think they understand the world they are in, the Captain and Raoul shift gears and confront them with a hard truth of Christmas, that of Santa's sweatshop elves. That's when the fun really begins the as the audience face the reality of the awful horror that our consumer choices have on the people who support our privileged way of life. Their work has been likened to Python, Dr Brown, Red Bastard, and League of Gentlemen with the awkward laughter of Ricky Gervais. Whilst other company's use theatre to point the finger at bastard politicians, heads of business the patriarchy and the elite, Ship of Fools want to remind the audience that there is a bastard in all of us too. This can really push a lot of peoples buttons and create a strong reaction in our audiences, after all who really likes to be reminded that they are a bastard too? On Twitter: @AShipOfFools


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