A line of performers, men and women, dressed as Kings and Queens wearing cheap red cloaks and cardboard crowns. A story is told, made up live, dragged from memory. It is a long, mutating and endlessly self-cancelling story. A story that somehow, in its many dips and turns, seems to include many, if not all, of the stories in the world. The public are free to come and go – arrive, leave and return throughout the performance.
During the performance you can leave the performance hall. You can buy beverages in the bar and there will be Soup Booth, where you can buy delicious kale soup with potatoes, carrots and chickpeas plus fresh bread for only 20DKR — made by chef Gro Georg Jensen. The Soup Booth only accept cash or MobilePay. No Debit/Credit Cards.
Forced Entertainment is a group of 6 artists who have been making performance since 1984 – questioning, pushing and breaking theatre to see what can be built from the wreckage. Based in Sheffield, UK, their work has been seen all over the world.
Conceived and devised by Forced Entertainment