Sat 2 May

POSTPONED: Cade and MacAskill

Moot Moot

£17 / £13 concs / £10 tickets available

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Doppelgänger DJs Barry and Barry desperately seek connection with the world beyond…  

Two of Scotland’s finest live artists, Rosana Cade (Walking:Holding, Sister) and Ivor MacAskill (STUD, Alma Mater), spew out their dark and riotous take on modern communication, as the identical hosts in a surreal phone-in talk show. Finding humour, warmth and despair in the absurd, they spin a thick web of clichés and catchphrases in their outer space echo-chamber, accompanied by a weird, wild soundscape by Yas Clarke.  

Moot Moot is a sharp, choreographic piece of contemporary theatre that asks poignant questions about the nature of modern day communication. The piece is a timely and nuanced take on loneliness and connection, and the trappings of our echo-chamber culture.

Sound Artist Yas Clarke operates the sound live on stage, offering a unique sonic experience with voice manipulation, sound effects and bespoke jingles throughout.

We have a limited number of £10 tickets (usually £17/£13 conc) for each Splayed Festival show.* Use promo code SPLAYED10 at the check out to get your hands on them!
* Does not include Caj Collab

“Sharp, smart and seriously entertaining” -★★★★  The Herald

“Spooky, sinister, skilful” ★★★★★ VoiceMag

“A side-splitting spectacle that highlights our modern eras destruction of opinion with captivating use of sound and minimal set.” -★★★★  The List

“Brilliant… behind the fun, one can read an interrogation of the value of media in our society and our common ways of communicating” - ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre

About Rosanna Cade and Ivor MacAskill

Rosana Cade and Ivor MacAskill are renowned queer live artists based in Glasgow, creating and performing their unique works nationally and internationally in a wide range of contexts. Their work, together and individually, straddles the worlds of contemporary theatre, live art, queer cabaret, film, children’s performance, site-specific and socially engaged practices.

In 2018 they were awarded the inaugural Diane Torr award from Take Me Somewhere and The Work Room, and have been supported by Gessnerallee, Zurich; Mousonturm, Frankfurt; Kampnagel, Hamburg; Tramway, Glasgow; and Fierce, Birmingham to develop new work The Making of Pinocchio in response to Ivor’s gender transition. They regularly perform queer anarchic live gigs/riots/shows in their anti-genre-riot-grrl-on-grrl-on-boi-on-boi-live-art-concept band Double Pussy Clit Fuck. Cade & MacAskill are members of the Take Me Somewhere Artists Constellation.

Rosana Cade (They/Them) is the co-founder of Buzzcut and creator of the internationally acclaimed participatory performance Walking:Holding, which has toured to 40 locations worldwide. They recently developed a film in response to the project funded by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

Ivor MacAskill (He/Him) is known for his world class children’s performance with The Polar Bears, and research into gender and sexuality in work for young audiences. This year they created The Polar Bears Go Go Go commissioned by The Unicorn where it premiered in April 2019.

Produced by Independent Arts Projects. Originally commissioned by The Yard, Marlborough Theatre and Fierce Festival. Supported by Arts Council England & Creative Scotland.

Times: 7.30pm
Venue: at The Place

This event is part of Spring Season 2020

CANCELLED: Spring Season 2020

Due to the Covid-19 global pandemic outbreak and following the government advice, all public programmes (theatre shows, classes and studio hires) have been cancelled for the time being.