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Three performers swathed in plastic: three intimate one-on-one experiences. This is an individual experience in line with the latest government guidance. Daphna Attias directs Skin Hunger - three compelling monologues from leading writers Ann Akin, Tim Crouch and Sonia Hughes, which examine with humour, tenderness and insight the fundamental role that touch plays in our lives - a vital aspect of humanity that so many of us didn't realise we needed until it was restricted. This socially distanced installation is a unique and sensitively staged piece that invites three audience members at a time into a hidden chapel in London's West End. Skin Hunger is a profound, live theatrical experience, with six entries daily, examining our innate and intrinsic need for human contact. Created by Daphna Attias & Terry O'Donovan


Oseloka Obi, Rachel-Leah Hosker, Terry O'Donovan, Deshaye Gayle


Author(s): Ann Akin, Tim Crouch, Sonia Hughes
Presented by: Dante or Die
Director(s): Daphna Attias, Ayse Tashkiran (movement director)
Design(s): Khadija Raza, Jemima Robinson (additional design)
Music(s): Yaniv Fridel, Ofer Oj Shabi
Sound(s): Yaniv ridel, Ofer Oj Shabi
Lighting: Zia Bergin-Holly
Producer: Sophie Ignatieff
Other: Keegan Curran (production management)
Stage Manager: Jenefer Tait

Skin Hunger - A Socially Distance Performance Installation

Skin Hunger - A Socially Distance Performance Installation (Performance) production archive for QTIX code T967622363. Details of all Skin Hunger - A Socially Distance Performance Installation archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01812149118

Archive Listings

15 Jun 21
27 Jun 21
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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