Cupid’s Revenge

Running from
Next event: Saturday 13 November at 8pm
  • Members: £14.85
    Non-Members: £16.50 / Aged Under 26s £11.50 (each ticket is subject to a £1.50 booking fee)
    Group discounts available

Members get 10% off tickets at Storyhouse. Moonlight Flicks and Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre. £4 month, no commitment, priority booking, no fees, instant access, two tickets per member.

  • Storyhouse Theatre

Part of: Chester Literature Festival

In today’s disposable world where love is used to sell us everything from plug-in cars to yoghurt…where did real love go?

The latest dance theatre comedy show by groundbreaking performance company, New Art Club, is a joyful, physical and verbal outburst against the forces that masquerade as love.

Mythical love that drives the creation of the universe and everything in it.
Romantic love.
Love between friends.
Love between you and the people you love.
It is funny, sad and reflective.
It is not a story but it holds lots of stories inside it. In that way it is like you.
It has a flickering heart that has crashed to earth.

With New Art Club’s dexterous physicality this impossibly big topic is broken open and brought vividly to life. Cupid’s Revenge is an attempt to bring audiences together in a defiant act of unity and love.

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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