Sometimes, you learn from a mistake. Sometimes, fuck-ups are so massive, there’s no way back.
Either way, fucking up is the truest, funniest, most terrifying moment you can experience. In this subtly profound, celebratory show, poet Hannah Jane Walker and writer/performer Chris Thorpe examine the guts of making mistakes by hosting a conversation around a desk, in which brave souls can hold their hands up and admit they fucked up.
Winner of a Fringe First award.
“a brilliant celebration of our mistakes”
Join us for a free discussion with Chris Thorpe on Thurs 22nd March, in which the audience and other festival participants are invited to respond to a provocation (to be announced soon) in an attempt to make sense of what it all means…
Why not make an evening of it on Thurs 22nd?
5pm-6pm Free discussion with Chris Thorpe
6pm Dinner in the Arches Cafe Bar & Restaurant
7.15pm The Oh Fuck Moment
9pm Robert Softley: If These Spasms Could Speak
Part of Behaviour 2012, the Arches’ festival of live performance. For more see HOW WE BEHAVE, the Behaviour blog documenting seven artists’ journey through the festival.