“This brand new piece is a response to the EU crisis, and seeing as British people will be asked to decide ‘In’ or ‘Out’ in June, it is important for us to present and discuss this new piece whilst people are still reeling from the referendum”. Nasi Voutsas & Bertrand Lesca
“Bienvenue. Kalosórisma. Welcome. We are so happy to see you all here. Some of you we know rather well, some of you we don’t. But it doesn’t matter, you all look… stunning.”
Two performers – one Greek, one French – dance and shout, cry and sing, agree and disagree, about life in the Eurohouse. A darkly comic look at the EU’s founding ideals and what got lost along the way.
Made in transit between Greece and the UK, EUROHOUSE is developed with the help and support of Bios Athens, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, MAYK, Wardrobe Theatre, CPT & Incoming Festival.
“Chilling, ironic beauty” – The Stage
Upcoming Performance Dates:
12 – 13th October 2016, 8pm, £9 (£6) – Outpost @ New Model Theatre, Plymouth
20 – 22nd October 2016, 7.15pm, £12 (£10) – Camden People’s Theatre, London
24th October 2016, 7.45pm, (Pay What You Decide) – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
10 – 12th November, 7.30pm, £12 (£10), (baby-friendly show 11th Nov, 11am) – Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
13th November, 3pm £10 (£8) – Acorn Theatre, Penzance
24th November, £9 – The Winter Theatre Festival, Walthamstow
A piece by Bertrand Lesca & Nasi Voutsas, co-produced by FellSwoop Theatre.
With special thanks to Marina Tselepi for her help whilst in Greece, as well as all the participants of this project: Remi Cavat, Nikoletta Dimopoulou, Kinthia Voukouvalidou, Athanasios Papastathis, Christos Christopoulos, Marino Voutsas, Rania, Alexis & Aphrodite Ligouras.
Image: Tegid Cartwright