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Fools of the Apocalypse

15th June 2019

The world has ended, now let the fun begin! After the world has been decimated by a catastrophic event, two clowns rise from the ashes and find that they are the last people on the planet. Between them, they must ensure their own survival and rebuild civilisation as they knew it. Only one problem stands in their way: They're both idiots.

 

Scram Collective presents a heartfelt romp through the end of times. Fools of the Apocalypse is a clown show that offers a playful take on a doomsday scenario whilst highlighting the resilience of the human spirit at times of crisis.

PREVIEWS

15th June 2019, 7.30pm

​SHOEBOX THEATRE, SWINDON

​​PERFORMANCE

W H I M S Y​

20th - 26th August 2018

​"Sick of your life? I'll give you a life!"

Aoife can do anything she wants. No need to go to work, or pay for her meals, the world simply bends to her will. However, with infinite power and infinite potential, Aoife struggles to balance her abilities with normal human interaction. As the lines between whimsy and abuse are blurred, an innocent person in Aoife's way doesn't stand a chance.

 
​"Brilliantly executed"

- View From The Gods ****


"Balletic and athletic in sudden, willing and inventive bursts"

​"An enjoyable and testing piece of physical theatre"

​- The Swindonian

"An exciting ensemble and some very important social questions"

​"Devastatingly ripping up the common perception is what makes Whimsy a really interesting piece"

​- London Pub Theatres

 

Click here for views from the gods' review of Whimsy 2018!​
 

Scram Collective presents a surreal dark comedy which asks what an ordinary person would do if given the power to do anything - Could they lead a normal life or would they simply be overwhelmed by their abilities? 'Whimsy' combines quick dialogue with intense physicality to explore themes of corruption and consent.

CAMDEN FRINGE FESTIVAL

LION AND UNICORN THEATRE, KENTISH TOWN, LONDON

20 - 26 August 2018 21.30

Romeo & Juliet: The Experiment

4th - 6th June 2018

This is ROMEO & JULIET as it has never been performed before. Scram Collective will tackle the Montagues - rehearsing in London. Cream-Faced Loons will take on the Capulets - rehearsing in Manchester, The two casts will meet for the first time DURING the first performance.

This experiment is the first of it's kind, don't miss your chance to see this truly unique and revolutionary take on the classic tale of love, revenge and tragedy...

4th . 5th . 6th JUNE

Next to CASTLEFIELD BOWL, MANCHESTER

7:30pm

Director for Scram: Beth Smith

Producer: Alex Newport

Cast

Romeo: Jonathan Blaydon

Mercutio/Lord Montague/Apothecary: Tim Atkinson

Benvolio/Friar Lawrence: Anna North/Joe Bence

Find out more about CREAM FACED LOONS on their website

www.creamfacedloons.co.uk

Parkland Walk Pop-Up Shakespeare - Merry Wives of Windsor

11th & 13th June 2017

W H I M S Y​

4th, 15th - 18th MARCH 2017

​"Sick of your life? I'll give you a life!"

Day after day, Aoife lives out her boring old regular life, accompanied by four bodies who wish they could do something about that. After a bizarre experience with a hideous masked creature, Aoife finds that she has the strange power to do anything she wants. She no longer has to work, pay bills, or do as she’s told, instead the world simply bends to her wishes.

However, with infinite power and infinite potential, Aoife struggles to balance her abilities with normal human interaction. As the lines between whimsy and abuse become blurred, an innocent person caught in Aoife’s web doesn’t stand a chance.

 

"Balletic and athletic in sudden, willing and inventive bursts"

​"An enjoyable and testing piece of physical theatre"

​- The Swindonian

"An exciting ensemble and some very important social questions"

​"Devastatingly ripping up the common perception is what makes Whimsy a really interesting piece"

​- London Pub Theatres

 


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Scram Collective presents a surreal dark comedy which asks what an ordinary person would do if given the power to do anything - Could they lead a normal life or would they simply be overwhelmed by their abilities? 'Whimsy' combines quick dialogue with intense physicality to explore themes of corruption, domestic abuse and generational complacency.

PREVIEWS

AT 4th March 2017, 8pm

​SHOEBOX THEATRE, SWINDON

​​PERFORMANCE

WED 15th - SAT 18th MARCH 2017, 9PM​

THEATRE N16, BALHAM, LONDON

This show is supported by Mankind Initiative, a charity supporting victims of male domestic violence

Parkland Walk Pop-Up Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet

18th September 2016