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Gordon Osràm's Funeral


Our latest show, coming in March...

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Gordon Osràm's Funeral


Our latest show, coming in March...

Gordon osràm's funeral

Developed by Dave Kinghan & Accidental Theatre

Gordon Osràm was an internationally-renowned performance artist whose career spanned more than three decades. Spending the last years out of the spotlight, the reclusive Osràm has now crafted his own “funeral” - an exhibition celebrating his career and resulting in an original performance piece, one last great work of art.

Accidental Theatre invites you to GORDON OSRÀM’S FUNERAL, a daring, immersive play developed by Accidental from an original script by Dave Kinghan. Audiences will find themselves in a performance retrospective tracing the path of Osràm's life and work, featuring videos, photographs, interventions and interactive exhibits. As the night unfolds, Osràm's darker motives build intrigue to a fever pitch, and a personal question faces everyone present: What memory of ourselves do we wish to leave behind? 

Join us and raise a toast to the artist. Leave your own mark and confront your inner motives whilst exploring the sights, sounds and events of Osràm’s final hurrah. (Mourning dress optional.)

COMING

Tuesday 15th - Saturday 19th March 2016

Preview Monday 14th March 2016

Touring April


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