27th of May 2013 at Thornlea Studios, University of Exeter
A devised show based loosely on Shakespeare's Coriolanus, created in 50 hours by Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir and Gareth Morgan, performed by them both.
As of 3pm on Saturday 25th May, there was no grain, there was no oil, there was no show. There were some words and some testimonies, graciously given. Research had been researched but the show had slipped away.
The show was dead, long live the show.
The show started again.
The show became the show.
In the show Gareth will mainly read things off Wikipedia, drink Diet Coke and talk about Chuck Norris.
In the show Kolbrún will read some Shakespeare and some interviews she has gathered.
In the show they will both be Jean Baudrillard and Noam Chomsky. Kol will be Herman Goering.
In the show Gareth will do some acting wearing a hat.
In the show there will be some loud AC/DC.
No grain.No oil.No show. [There may be a show].
Some words.Some noise.Some discussion of Chuck Norris.
All pictures by Melissa Barrett.