Where and when: The White Bear Kennington, 11th – 14th December
What it’s all about… You are now entering a secret space. A place where stories are told, promises are made, and secrets are kept. This is ‘The Den’. After nine years of estrangement, two friends find themselves back in their childhood den, looking for closure. But at what point does loyalty become dangerous, and friendship become exploitation? Bored of Knives is an eccentric and energetic play about the joys and complications of female friendships, and how far we are willing to let our moral compass stray for the sake of loyalty.
You’ll like it if… If you’ve got a massive child inside you, this show is definitely for you. Messy, silly, and full of awkward laughs, Bored of Knives is a big celebration of the uglier, weirder, and more intimate side of female friendships. If you want to watch two full grown women throw crisps at each other, suck dolls, and dance like hooligans- there’s really no better place to be.
You should see it because… underneath the madness, the games, and the dancing around, this story has a lot to offer anyone who has ever found themselves holding onto the past, or struggling to let their grudges go.
Anything else we should know…: This is Flawstate’s debut play.
Where to follow:
Book here: www.whitebeartheatre.co.uk/whatson/Bored-of-Knives
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