Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World

Date:
Tue, 3 Mar 2020 to Sat, 14 Mar 2020
Presenter:
Lion House Theatre, Hartstone-Kitney Productions and Holden Street Theatres
Description:
A tender, furious and fragile reimagining of Moby Dick from multi-award winning writer and storyteller Casey Jay Andrews. A suburban fable of bad luck, reckless choices and irrational hope. The times when we leap, where sometimes we soar, and sometimes we drown. The epic infamous whale tale is reinvented in London and follows a young woman on the brink of self-destruction.

By Casey Jay Andrews, creator of THE ARCHIVE OF EDUCATED HEARTS - Winner Best Theatre Weekly Award 2019
Recommended in THE GUARDIAN's top picks of the Edinburgh Fringe 2019
★★★★★ "Unique storytelling flair" WHW
★★★★ “Funny, and sad, and deeply human, this stands out for the elegance of it’s writing and the depth of its emotional journey" The Scotsman
★★★★ "Deeply charming... intimacy and power" The Independent

Availability

Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Tuesday 3 March 8:30pm, Tue, 3 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Wednesday 4 March 8:30pm, Wed, 4 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Thursday 5 March 8:30pm, Thu, 5 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Friday 6 March 8:30pm, Fri, 6 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Saturday 7 March 8:30pm, Sat, 7 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Sunday 8 March 8:30pm, Sun, 8 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Tuesday 10 March 8:30pm, Tue, 10 Mar 2020 SOLD OUT!  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Wednesday 11 March 8:30pm, Wed, 11 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Thursday 12 March 8:30pm, Thu, 12 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Friday 13 March 8:30pm, Fri, 13 Mar 2020  
Fringe 2020: The Wild Unfeeling World - Saturday 14 March 8:30pm, Sat, 14 Mar 2020  
Foyer opens half-hour prior to show time; seating opens 10 minutes prior to show time.


Content Warnings
Age Suitability: M Recommended for audiences aged 15 years or older.
Coarse Language: Strong/Occasional
Mental Health References
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