This month, watch a zany live radio gig-theatre show exploring unconventional relationships and celebrating the unusual and underrepresented qualities of love.
She Goat’s The Undefinable is an alternative gig theatre production that will be showing at Camden People’s Theatre in London.
Two dudes. Well, kind of dudes. A garage studio. A late night broadcast. Time slips between noughties love-pop, 70s folk fever and 18th century French philosophy. The dudes slip between instruments. Everything gets tangled. Our kind of love is tangled and slippery. Love in the in-between. Love that doesn’t have language yet. This is The Undefinable.
Clear the decks for historical wigs, irreverent nudity, reckless dancing, and a whole lot of coffee, as The Undefinable embark on a queer-platonic mix-tape into the unknown future and forgotten past of doing love differently.
Every performance will be accessible to Visually Impaired audiences (with integrated live audio description).
When: 10th – 21st December 2019
Where: Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2PY
£: Tickets cost £12 or £10 for concessions
More info: www.cptheatre.co.uk