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Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt – A sketch show in English

Sabado 1 Junio 2019 a las 21h

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Sinopsis

Un referéndum a nivel europeo ha decidido que el ganador de Eurovisión se convierta en el Presidente de facto de la UE. El ganador, el australiano Milosz, es un famoso gay fascista. Tres protagonistas, una madre evangelista de EE.UU., J.K. Rowling y un activista de los derechos del hombre que se hace pasar por una política del SNP (Partido Nacional Escocés), viajan a Perth para evitar que Milosz vaya a Europa, encontrándose a lo largo del camino una oleada de personajes.

Duración: 1 hora 30 minutos

Idioma: Ingles

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Autores y actores: Alistair Inglis, Derek Mitchell, Kathy Maniura (Horseplay Productions)

Producción (Barcelona): Akelarre Productions


Synopsis


An American mom, JK Rowling, and a men’s-rights activist disguised as a female SNP politician… race to stop Milosz, Eurovision®-winner and high-profile gay fascist.

Witch Hunt is a punchy, fast-paced blast of sketches and characters which cohere into a mad-cap narrative adventure to blow away the comedy cobwebs. Celebrity chefs, Instagram stars, and Lot and his daughters make appearances, as do the Lizard People.

A kaleidoscope of pop cultural and political references, there’s a bit of something for everyone in Witch Hunt, no matter which country or corner of the globe you hail from.
Check out Milosz’s Eurovision®-winning hit, ‘Gay in the Water’, here. Horseplay Productions, made up of three Oxford Revue alumni—a Scot, and Englishwoman, and an American homosexual—take Witch Hunt on tour following a five-star run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe. Fun, absurd, and with wigs aplenty, Witch Hunt is in turns political, musical, and ridiculous.
Duration: Witch Hunt runs 1 hour and 30 minutes
Language: English
Reviews: 
***** (edfringereview.com) ‘Comedy of truth and wit—go see Witch Hunt’
**** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine) ‘Original, bold and absurd’
**** (Cherwell) ‘Politically-charged and gloriously weird’
Authors and performers: Alistair Inglis, Derek Mitchell, Kathy Maniura (Horseplay Productions)
Production in Barcelona: Akelarre Productions