An absurd lecture performance for a small audience
from Edinburgh Fringe First Winner Helen Tennison
"A mad beauty of a show"
8000 years ago Doggerland was a rich and fertile land stretched between the UK and mainland Europe.
Remnants of its drowned people still wash up in Dutch fishing nets. If you take a walk along the shifting Norfolk marshes at low tide, you might be lucky and stumble upon one of their broken trinkets.
You have your own private Doggerland.
We all do.
You are invited to a presentation about its secrets.
This will include multiple-choice, maps, spilt drinks and a touch of cabaret.
Doggerland is about boundaries, real and imaginary, and how they shape our experience of being human. It is about the arbitrary notion of political borders, the implications of ecological barriers, the threshold of our inner world and the porous nature of skin.
The performance takes the form of an absurd lecture/presentation on the history of Doggerland featuring movement, substandard projection and visiting characters.
As an audience member you get to sit with the performer, you can answer questions and interact, or just watch - whichever suits you.
"She takes us on a journey we will not be able to forget"
Roy Lie Jonasson, Oslo Fringe Reviews.
FIVE STARS FROM OSLO FRINGE FESTIVAL
"overflows with creative energy"
Tamine Sandal, Scenekunst, Norway.
BEST SHOW OF THE FESTIVAL NOMINATION STOCKHOLM FRINGE '22
"Different, amazing, interesting"
"Refreshing, funny, energetic"
"Intense, thought-provoking, fascinating"