Love, Sex and Zombies

A Reading Fringe Festival commission

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Combining theatre and dance, drawing together artists from four countries, Love, Sex and Zombies explores intimacy and connection in a post apocalyptic world; reminding us that even in the midst of chaos and disorder, we still have the capacity for fierce, redemptive love.

Also zombies…not ‘loving zombies’ of course…that’s not our thing…just zombies…

Writer / Producer: Fiona Leonard (Australian based in Germany)
Director / Choreographer: Tsolak MLKE-Galstyan (Armenian)
Composer: Augustin Gressier (French)
Actor: Kelly Burke (American based in UK)
Dancer/Voice: Teya Quarmyne (Australia, Ghanaian, Filippina based in Germany)
Dancer: Petros Ghazanchyan (Armenian)

This performance is captioned.

Join Fiona and Kelly in the Live at Five – From Düsseldorf to Reading Fringe Digital event.

You can hear writer Fiona Leonard chat about the show (and more) in the What’s On Reading Podcast.

This is a Reading Fringe Festival commission, only possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Any donations go towards further development of this piece.

Accessible Dance Theatre
  • Recommended for audiences aged 14 and upwards - occasional strong language and adult themes (references to violence and sexual activity)
  • 50 mins
  • Free
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  • From: Friday, 17th July 2020
  • Start Time: 20:30
  • To: Friday, 31st July 2020
  • End Time: 23:59
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Kenneth Plasa
Kenneth Plasa
1 month ago

How can I access the shows? I can’t see any video to play

Fiona Leonard
Fiona Leonard
Reply to  Kenneth Plasa
1 month ago

Hi Kenneth, the video should now be visible? Are you able to access?

Chris Chapman
Chris Chapman
1 month ago

Still don’t see video – Hope it gets loaded!
Cheers!

Zsuzsi Page
Zsuzsi Page
Reply to  Chris Chapman
1 month ago

It is all up and running now! Thank you for your patience 🙂

Fiona Leonard
Fiona Leonard
Reply to  Chris Chapman
1 month ago

hi Chris, you should be able to see it now. Hope you enjoy!

cead
cead
1 month ago

What an amazing piece of writing, beautifully acted by Kelly Burke with some fabulous comedic twists, and so inventively realised in dance. So many virtual productions lose one’s interest after awhile but this kept me gussing and engaged throughout.

Stella Loretsyan
Stella Loretsyan
1 month ago

Like the way, how drama, dance and visual arts are combined. And though created virtually, I feel the harmony between each element of the performance and between all the people engaged in it.
Thank you very much.

Anshita Koul
Anshita Koul
1 month ago

Hi. I had never seen a performance art combining dance and theatre before and I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The writing is beautiful and gulps inducing, especially when talking about love. Although gasped loudly when the wonderful Kelly, speaks about orgasms. 😁
Teya and Petros, the dancers were marvelous. Love, Sex and Zombies is a beautiful play, making me think a lot about the post apocalyptic world it created, even after it’s been two hours since I watched it. Great team work. Congratulations.

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