The Conker Group | Political Me: Apology Songs

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19/02/2013 by camdenpt

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Date: Tue 19 March, 2013

Time: 9pm

Ticket Price: £10(regular)/£8(concessions)

 

A collaboration between Tara Robinson and Edward Lewis

The Conker Group, whose show Underhero was a CPT hit at the Camden Fringe 2012, are presenting their next theatre mash-up and this time it’s getting political.

 

Political Me: Apology Songs is about 25 years of avoiding politics. It’s the fear of a discussion, the not knowing what it means, the hoping nobody notices and the quandary of how to vote. It’s a theatrical piece of undersized proportions. It has a performer named Tara, her nemesis Politics, and her friend Ed who’s playing some music.

 

Through stolen texts, sounds, poems, songs and dashing about, Tara makes apologies to all the political issues she’s been too scared to think about since her voting age of 18. Musical, messy, funny and heartfelt, The Conker Group examine the isolation of many from mainstream politics.

 

This confession-cum-soiree is a collaboration between Tara Robinson and Edward Lewis.

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