Produced and presented by Esprit De Corps
Hosted by The Cockpit
A bunker on a Greek island. A conscript keeping watch. Alone. His mission: to guard the border for 3 days. Three days later, no-one shows up. No replacement, no pick-up, no-one. What now?
A one-man-show delving into Greece's past and present, questioning our sense of belonging and the forces behind self-exile: why do we leave home?
Hyperion takes the aspect of an experimental collage. A multimedia performance using projection of original film and a loop station to create soundscape; a new piece of writing interweaving the lyrical and the mundane; a physical theatre score in a shrinking solitary space… 'Hyperion' has at its centre a clown performer constantly looking for his own language, one he could be at home with. A clown in a bunker.
‘Beckett does the political history of Greece’ - Kate Maltby
‘Entertaining, funny and dynamic’ - David James
‘A welcome streak of intellectual rigour’ - Eddie Harris
‘An entrapping piece of work… very relevant to our world perspective right now’ - Meagan Mulgrew
Wednesday 15th November - 8:30pm
Friday 17th November - 7:00pm