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VenueHoxton Hall
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From10th May 2002
To10th May 2002
PricesFrom £8.00. To £8.00.
What is currently on at Hoxton Hall (V204)

Miss, Did it Hurt When You Fell Down from Heaven?

Two females explore the reality of their friendship through the delicate gateway of fantasy. As the knickers they wear are removed, so too are the layers of their personality: communication is made possible only when playing games, often funny, sometimes cruel, always real. At their very attempt to imitate social conventions they find themselves trapped. Visual theatre, music and minimum dialogue - this poetic and physical performance is a modern fairy tale about love and fear and the choices we make between the two.

Archive :: production:T557418295, play:S02145676540, venue:V204

Production details


Company A2
Performer Alit Kreiz
Performer Anton Mirton

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