SLUG! is the story of a woman who encounters both her nemesis and unexpected erotic fulfilment in the form of giant, home-wrecking, tango-dancing Slugs – we’ve all been there…
A bite-sized comedy, this story from theatre group Human Behavious is said to strike a chord with anyone who has ever longed to be swept off their feet or lost a beloved plant to a garden pest.
Human Behaviour mix physical theatre, slapstick comedy, puppetry, dance and aerial into a celebration of the bizarre, banal and beautiful; pushing back the boundaries of taste and creating characters and creatures out of thin air. They are funny, visually stunning and ever so slightly wrong.
SLUG! by Human Behaviour is part of the Exeter Fringe Festival at the Exeter Phoenix, on July 1, 7pm and 9.30pm, £5. Box Office 01392 667 080.
(images from the performance atShunt Lounge, London, copyright Inigo Alcaniz)
Latest posts by artsculture (see all)
- The Energy of Plants – open art exhibition opportunity for artists - January 18, 2018
- Suki Dhanda: Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art - January 17, 2018
- Geoffrey Bertram, chairman of the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust, gives a free public lecture at Plymouth College of Art - January 17, 2018