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It Don’t Worry Me is a collaboration between the Catalan Company Atresbandes & the duo Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas.
Together they interrogate the tension between art and political correctness. We watch a supposedly ‘empty space’ which is analysed by two commentators in the room with us. But as the commentators become the commented on, theories and visual associations start to dominate everything, and the show spirals out of control, out of meaning, and out of context.
All the while three audience members dressed in the style of Robert Altman’s 1975 film Nashville thought they were coming to see a different show altogether. They each have confessions they would like to make.
Created and performed by Mònica Almirall, Bertrand Lesca, Miquel Segovia, Albert Pérez Hidalgo and Nasi Voutsas.
Co-commissioned by HOME, GIFT, Teatre Lilure, Cambridge Junction, and supported through the Stobbs New Idea Fund.
Supported by Arts Council England, Acción Cultural Española, Farnham Maltings, and Battersea Arts Centre.
Atresbandes have previously All In (2017) & Locus Amoenus (2014) at HOME.
Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas’s have previously presented Eurohouse (2016), Palmyra (2017) and One (2019) at HOME.