God Save the Tea

19:00-19:45 & 20:30–21.15, Monday 5th August 2019

 

Music: Lucas Jordan

Words: Irene Ros

 

We could call this performance a political satire in the form of an opera but – oh dear – how would that distinguish us from Downing Street?

 

It is your moral obligation to attend this summit to encourage the cohesiveness of our society.

 

Drawing from our interventions at the Barbican Centre and the Mais Imaginarius Festival, we will discuss policies meant to improve western altruistic imperialism, on topics such as outsourcing, free trade and cultural exchange.  Attendance is strictly regulated to protect free speech. Your presence may be recorded for training and quality purposes.

 

There will be tea. Lovely!

 

From the artistic collaboration that gave birth to the sold out performance The Invisible Cities Project (Estorick Collection).

 

Produced by Cut Moose

 

5 Pancras Square, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AG

 

Website: CutMoose.com

Performer: Laura Hopwood

Director: Irene Ros

Composer/Flautist: Lucas Jordan

Set and costume designer: Marja-Lisa Hedenquist

Cello: Elena Cappelletti