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The Oh Fuck Moment/I Wish I Was Lonely
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The Oh Fuck Moment/I Wish I Was Lonely

Hannah Jane Walker/Chris Thorpe
 
In The Oh Fuck Moment poet Hannah Jane Walker and theatre maker Chris Thorpe examine the poetic guts of mistakes in a bundle of words and strip lighting. Fucking up is the truest, funniest, most terrifying moment you can experience. The oh fuck moment is a conversation around a desk for brave souls to hold their hands up and admit they fucked up, or for people to laugh at us because we did. A Scotsman Fringe First Award Winner 2011, ‘This remarkable piece of participatory theatre ranks as among the most absorbing and thought provoking’. Daily Telegraph ****

I Wish I Was Lonely is an interactive show about contactability asking whether the invisible waves we're tethered to might be drowning who we are. It's a show in which the audience commit to leaving their phones on. A show investigating what it means to participate in communication—or not. There are poems, there are stories and there is conversation. I Wish I Was Lonely sees the award-winning collaboration of Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe ask how much of ourselves we've given up to the new Gods in our pockets.

Oberon Books UK | 978-1-78319-032-4 | Sales: Australia/NZ only
There Has Possibly Been An Incident
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There Has Possibly Been An Incident

Chris Thorpe
 
When life offers you a choice between heroism and compromise— what happens?

Sometimes planes don’t land the way they’re supposed to. The people of a country have had enough of their leaders, but those leaders have to be replaced with something. A person steps out of a crowd and, for a moment, becomes more than human. A man walks into the lobby of a building and brings death with him to prove his point.

There Has Possibly Been An Incident is the new play from award winning British playwright and performer, Chris Thorpe.

Oberon Books UK | 978-1-78319-040-9 | Australia/NZ