“I want to stare into the untouched oblivion, crouch in the warmth of a history unmolested”
Midsummer comes but once a year. As the seasons shift like clockwork and dawn waits on the horizon, there are secrets lurking on the riverbed. Darkness can cover a great many horrors, but now the river sings.
Weaving together an original folk score and tales from a romance best-forgotten, SING, RIVER is an invitation into the hidden world of British mythology. Join us on the riverbed for a new queer solo show that explores the act of severing yourself from dark memories in order to survive… and the sometimes unwanted consequences that come with it.
Following the show’s first run in Oxford earlier this year, emerging theatre company LOVE SONG PRODUCTIONS present this “beautiful and thought-provoking experience” (Daily Info) at the Hope ahead of an Edinburgh Fringe run at Pleasance this summer.
Are you ready to be swallowed into the depths of the Thames?
Date: Tuesday 27th June – Saturday 8th July.
Address: The Hope Theatre (above the Hope and Anchor pub), 207 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1RL.
Nearest Tube: Highbury & Islington.