Dates: 05 Dec - 05 Dec

Tickets: €11

A performance of the Song of Songs which is Solomon’s and the internet testimony of a Taliban sex slave.

Eeugh!topia: a voodoo space; a realm where the ghosts of the actual return to haunt the virtual in which we hide; a fragmented dance across the surfaces of a modern city and modern lives.

Here, in this place, our bodies, our experiences are played out in a language of the geopolitical; places, borders, disputed territories. And we are seen to be responsible at every level.

Working with the juxtaposition of two radically different texts, one ancient scripture and the other racist pornography, Randolph Scott Dances are a new theatre company of young actors and theatre-makers. Here character and action are morphic functions and the drama occurs in absences and implication.

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