Fruits or, The Decline of a Distant Memory
A neo-cabaret performance exploring the anxiety of constantly trying to fit in and adjusting in society from the perspective of first-generation migrants.
Fruits or, The Decline of a Distant Memory is a neo-cabaret performance from the trenches of humanity about the fruitless attempts of finding love.
Who are we now, swimming within a universal subconscious, attempting to find freedom?
A journey toward the light within that’s slowly running out of electricity.
A push to reignite the true self.
Stuck in the midst of space and time three entities are searching for meaning. There’s a smell of longing in the air and we’re falling through oblivion. Through a series of apparently disconnected vignettes, they navigate by morphing into various shapes. This is ultimately a love story between the self and its reflection. Electric and infantile flavours of sweet and bitter collapse.
Created by TAKDAJA
Performers and text: Mimmi Bauer, Pat Dynowska, Michał Szpak
Scenography: Helen Hebert
Musical composition: Jack Foran
Dramaturgy and light design: Theodor Spiridon
We encourage patrons to wear a mask while moving around the building and when seated in the theatre.
Seating is not socially distanced. The theatre is ventilated before and after every performance with regular and thorough cleaning of touch points. Hand sanitiser and face masks are available onsite.
We regret that our theatre is up a flight of stairs with no wheelchair access available.