Lullaby for Scavengers
Lullaby for Scavengers.
A lullaby is a soothing song.
Scavengers eat dead animals.
Kim Noble's ex-lover and co-host is an angry dead squirrel.
The angry dead squirrel can talk.
The piece is quite funny.
The piece is about grand feelings.
For example, people's fear of loneliness.
It is also about our wishes and dreams.
Kim Noble is an English cult comedian/artist.
He lived in a sewer and in a tree.
He got a very important theatre award in England.
His performances are humorous, but the squirrel doesn’t think so.
The performances are also about serious things.
Like death and friendship.
Kim Noble is an award winning comedic performance and video artist. His multi-disciplined approach has led him to work across theatre, TV, film, art and comedy. Kim’s work uses a provocative and humorous style to expose the human condition: notions of death, sexuality, gender and religion are picked at with dry comedic use of tragedy meshed with absurdity. He has a girl’s name and no longer smells of wee.
He was one half of Perrier Award-winning, BAFTA-nominated experimental art-comedy duo Noble and Silver. At CAMPO, he previously created Wild Life FM together with Pol Heyvaert and Jakob Ampe.
Thu 7.07 22:00 Peace Hall
Fri 8.07 22:00 Peace Hall
Duration 60 min
In English with Estonian subtitles
By & with Kim Noble; dramaturgy Pol Heyvaert; technical Koen Goossens, Korneel Coessens, Seppe Brouckaert, Saul Mombaerts & Squirrel; music DEEWEE; production CAMPO Gent; coproduction Schauspiel Leipzig, Kampnagel Internationales Sommerfestival Hamburg & Festival Actoral Marseille; special thanks to Jeroen Vandesande, Toon Maillard, Michiel Tilley & my mum. Translation into Estonian Taavi Eelmaa.
The performance contains explicit scenes that might seem offensive and not suitable for minors.