Clumsy Bodies Production: Iphigenia Crash Land Falls On The Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (A Rave Fable)

PRESS RECEPTION

Features in TimeOut:

www.timeout.com/london/theatre/top-ten-weirdest-theatre-shows-at-edinburgh-festival-fringe 

This debut show from Clumsy Bodies sounds enticingly bonkers: it reimagines a Greek myth as a rave where Iphigenia falls for glam-rock star Achilles. ‘ 

https://www.timeout.com/london/blog/five-of-the-best-edinburgh-fringe-previews-071117

★★★★ - The Spy In The Stalls

The piece was fringe theatre at its best, with jarring physicality and an engaging and inspiring political narrative

http://thespyinthestalls.com/2017/07/review-of-iphigenia-a-rave-fable-4-stars/

‘Refreshingly diverse’ - Disability Arts / British Arts Council

The company are refreshingly diverse in their make-up and have chosen to stage a play which will resonate with anyone currently watching seismic worldwide events with disbelief.

They are a young company full of talent and potential.

http://disabilityarts.online/magazine/opinion/refreshingly-diverse-clumsy-bodies-theatres-rave-fable-crash-lands-bunker-theatre/

Wonderful - Walking With Headphones

The space in which we sit is shared and generously opened to us by these young people who are unapologetically visible.

I’m excited to see what their next production, film, piece has in store.

www.walkingwithheadphones.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/iphigenia-crash-land-falls-on-the-neon-shell-that-was-once-her-heart-a-rave-fable/

http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/events/2017/02/postgraduate-symposium-2017