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Chats Place Arts Centre presents
CHATS PALACE: Me Me Me
Until Saturday 16 September
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
Note: This event is not taking place at Rich Mix. We are only the ticketing provider. The event is at Chats Palace, 42-44 Brooksby’s Walk, London E9 6DF
In a nutshell
A small tale of narcissism and over-inflated egos, directed by award winning physical theatre director John Wright.
Following the storming success of two award-winning productions, The Confetti Maker and Goodbye Gunther, Frank Wurzinger and John Wright are back again with a new show, Me, Me, Me.
Me, Me, Me is an exploration of Echo and Narcissus with a modern twist: mobile phones, social media, selfie sticks, slapstick, and a huge ego. A Tremendous Show. With an Unbelievably Talented Star, who created it all Himself, really, no one else. This Amazing Show Makes Theatre Great Again.
What to Expect
This is a one-man clown show. There could be audience interaction, there will certainly be a lot of laughter.
Frank Wurzinger is a performer, clown, theatre maker workshop leader. He studied at the Desmond Jones school of mime and physical theatre, graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama with an MA in performance. Frank performs with lots of different theatre companies mainly visual and physical theatre and tours his own solo clown shows, including the multi-award winning The Confetti Maker and Goodbye Gunther. Frank has experience working with young people with challenging behaviour and has worked as a Clown doctor in hospitals in Scotland.
John Wright is an internationally renowned teacher and director. He has taught workshops all over the world and his book "Why is that so funny?" is a must buy for actors, directors, students and teachers. John was a founder member of the acclaimed theatre companies, Trestle and Told by an Idiot. John’s version of Dr. Faustus with IIIParty won the Peter Brook Award and Coal Theatres Fragility of X won a Spirit of the Fringe award at the Edinburgh Festival. He is currently working on a new book provisionally titled "Acting without the bullshit."
What people are saying
‘Like the best clowns, Frank Wurzinger does not wear a red nose or big shoes. Instead, he evokes the pathos of human life through a self-conscious vulnerability, a mastery of characterisation and the occasional pratfall’ - The List
‘A show full of surprises be they funny, absurd or evocative. Wurzinger is as capable of breaking into a goose–step whilst juggling plates as he is to give birth to a baby of amassed shredded paper’ - British Theatre Guide
Find out more
Watch: The Confetti Maker
Things you should know
Note: This event is not taking place at Rich Mix. We are only the ticketing provider. The event is at Chats Palace, 42-44 Brooksby’s Walk, London E9 6DF.
Doors open at 7.45pm. The show starts at 8pm.
This event is wheelchair accessible.