‘I think of a child’s mind as a blank book’ – Walt Disney
Racing across the savage inner-landscape of the human mind, two unlikely (anti)heroes pursue a nightmare vision of freedom through spiralling episodes of intense sensuality and phantasmagoric violence. Psychodrama is a gooey, drippy dream of a show, a pop-cultural exorcism, a runaway train riding a burnt synapse through the centre of your skull.
A celebration of the corrosive power of storytelling that asks who are all those voices inside your head? and how did they get there? and if you could silence those voices, would you?
Psychodrama is a new show created and performed by writer, performer and musician Christopher Brett Bailey and UK/Spanish experimental theatre group Sleepwalk Collective.
‘Few theatre-makers capture the vertiginous thrill and terror of contemporary existence as captivatingly as Sleepwalk Collective’ – The Guardian
‘what a fucking genius’ – Smiths Magazine on Christopher Brett Bailey
Socially Distanced Performances
Events in Theatre 2 have unreserved seating, but numbers are capped at 50% capacity for socially distanced performances to ensure that you can leave space between yourself and other audience members.
Written & created by Sleepwalk Collective & Christopher Brett Bailey
Performed by iara Solano Arana & Christopher Brett Bailey
With the voice of Nhung Dang
Music & Sound Design by Christopher Brett Bailey & Sammy Metcalfe
Stage Design by iara Solano Arana
Lights by Sammy Metcalfe
Wigs by Katie Du’Mont
Costumes by Paola de Diego
Produced by Beckie Darlington
Commissioned by Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Condeduque, Theatre in the Mill, Cambridge Junction, and Battersea Arts Centre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.