Tue 18 Sep



£17 (£13 concessions)

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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe sensation returns to London.

SEXBOX is a danced response to psychoanalyst Wilheim Reich’s belief that a healthy release of sexual energy is the crux of humanity’s salvation. Set to a score by pioneering German electronic musician and Reich disciple Ursula Bogner, you’ll be taken deep into stranger and stranger domains of liberation, perversion and sensuality.

***** "With the electro music and hyper modern costume, it is like looking through a window onto an alternate plane where there are no rules except pleasure.”

Edinburgh Guide

**** "Ingenious choreography"

The Guardian

Age Guidance: 12+

Impermanence creates critically acclaimed work for theatre, film, cabaret, site specific projects and community events. They devise processes to allow for cross art form collaboration and democratic input. They source historic documents which speak to our current human and political condition, as a form of cultural archaeology; unearthing texts, images, music, interviews and artworks. They then combine and abstract these into exciting new work, full of conflict, beauty, drama and colour that talks about the world around, in front and behind us.

Arts Council England, Linbury Trust

Times: 7.30pm
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Autumn 2018