Non Applicables Live at Zedel with Sarah Blanc & Lydia Cottrell
The Non Applicables presents What's Love Got To Do With It?, an exploration into the realms of love and all its possibilities and pitfalls. Bringing together a mix of movement, text and a collection of the greatest love songs, the audience are encouraged to come and mingle through our dating circuit and discover a series of fragmented experiences and light-hearted episodes. This is an observation of social etiquette, online profiles and the fundamental rules of dating.
'Intense seriousness and commitment to the ridiculousness was beautiful to behold. '
'The energy the two of you have and utilise is incredible. I find it very hard to sit still and I feel so involved.'
Supporting the Non Applicables will be Sarah Blanc with My Feminist Boner and Lydia Cottrell with her work, Bolero.
Lydia is dancer, performer, artist, cosmonaut, prepper and apocaloptimist. She creates brutally honest work that questions the endurance of the body in performance and differing contexts. Lydia performs Bolero.
A re-imagining of the 1960 ballet for Ravel’s Bolero where a dancer performs on a tabletop in a Spanish taverna - subverting the original choreography towards contemporary culture, female binge drinking and Geordie Shore role models.
Sarah is an Irish performer, choreographer and TV presenter living in London. A self confessed renaissance woman who enjoys all aspects of the dance and theatre worlds. Sarah Performs, My Feminist Boner - Sarah breaks down the rules of beauty in her new one-woman dance comedy show. Make yourself snotless, chinless, fatless, become a contour connoisseur and test out beauty contraptions. Expect movement, boybands and conversations with her Dad. This is the story of how the world has helped Sarah grow her ‘Feminist Boner’
Nominated Brighton Fringe Award 2017
An all-female night of love, binge drinking and feminism, only at Crazy Coqs!
Tickets to the cute Jazz/ cabaret venue are very limited so gets yours now!