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Out of Spite Theatre and Eastlake Productions will transfer their production of This Is Not Culturally Significant by Adam Scott-Rowley to The Bunker Theatre, running from 15 May to 3 June with an official opening on 16 May 2017.
The production transfers to the south London venue following a run at the VAULT Festival where it went on to be awarded 'Show of the Week'. Written, directed and performed by Adam Scott-Rowley, it is described as a "brutally intense, darkly comic one-man show that reveals the bizarre, compulsive and eccentric nature of humanity."
"Performed entirely nude, Scott-Rowley has created a show for thrill-seekers, putting himself in an eye-opening state of vulnerability. It is both uncomfortable to watch and mesmeric, leaving audiences’ emotions balancing on a knife edge. From a mendacious Spiritualist Lecturer to a despondent American Porn Star on the brink of her retirement, over 10 characters take the audience on a journey from emotional despair to helpless laughter."
Adam Scott-Rowley commented on the transfer: "I am utterly thrilled to be bringing This Is Not Culturally Significant. to The Bunker Theatre after a successful run at VAULT Festival. An old repurposed underground car-park is the perfect setting for the ‘gallery of grotesques’ who make up the show."
Out of Spite Theatre was founded by Adam Scott-Rowley in 2014 and strives to create confrontational, unsettling and high-intensity theatre. Eastlake Productions focuses on the creation of the very best of work on the OffWestEnd and afar.
Tickets for the production are now on sale.