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It's Okay, I'm Dealing With It.' on Wednesday 28th November 2018
After a sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2016, and two sell out UK tours 2017/2018, 'It’s Okay, I’m Dealing With It.' is returning to Brighton!
About the show:
Through their multi award-winning combination of dance, comedy, chat and song, Cristina MacKerron and Chess Dillon-Reams ask what do we do when things aren't ok, unravel their own struggles and vulnerabilities and try to piece together how to cope with them.
Cristina and Chess have both experienced smashing their two front teeth. It affected them, and it got them thinking. In a culture preoccupied with keeping a stiff upper lip and for everything to always be ‘fine’: how do we deal with difficult things? What happens if we don’t want to deal with them? Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry and sometimes we try our best to distract ourselves. But don’t worry, it’s okay, we’re dealing with it.
★★★★★ “Physical comedy and dance are stupendous companions when they work – and Chess and Cristina have the energy and the intelligence to make it work here. Their dance is skilled, their timing is spot-on, and their comedy is hilarious.” -FRINGE GURU
★★★★ “Comparable to French and Saunders… the work defies theatrical convention in every sense.” - MIRROR MAGAZINE
★★★★ 'The Hiccup Project’s unique way of looking at things has struck a chord with audiences far and wide, a reflection of being able to address the ‘unsayable’ with humour, sensitivity and consummate skill...there are few artists that can pull off what they do.' - BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL
★★★★ '... They are clearly both accomplished and sincere performers, and you get a sense of the real bond between the two throughout the piece...There are songs, dance, expressive physical theatre and some excellent clowning.' - STAGE TALK MAGAZINE
“I think all the best work begins with our deeply personal experiences. The Hiccup Project instinctively dig into that place and find both a richly comic and authentically physical world there.”
BEN DUKE, LOST DOG DANCE
Suitable for: Ages 12+
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