The play is essentially a critique of itself. Using lines
taken from real reviews of the three cast members’ previous works, it explores criticism, agency, and the
relationship between boundaries and rules set by both artists and critics.
With its eclectic humour interwoven with questions of who has the right to assign meaning to something,
and who decides whether meaning is necessary or not, this play provokes an
interesting discussion and plenty of laughs.
Marr (main award nominee at the Fringe in 2016), Ursula Martinez, and Adrienne
Truscott (Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality winner 2013) worked
together for the first time to create Wild
Bore. They formed an ‘outrageously funny’ comedic trio in their run at the
Fringe and will be reuniting for the show’s return this winter.
commences its run at the Soho Theatre in November, with ticket prices starting
|What||Wild Bore, Soho Theatre|
|Where||Soho Theatre, 21 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 3NE | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Tottenham Court Road (underground)|
21 Nov 17 – 16 Dec 17, Saturday matinees begin at 3.30pm
|Website||Click here for tickets and more information|