Critically acclaimed show

An authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism with Jolie Booth. EMN-170215-121242001
An authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism with Jolie Booth. EMN-170215-121242001

A critically acclaimed show that premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year is coming to Spilsby.

Kriya Arts presents an interactive theatre show with writer, author and producer Jolie Booth on Monday, February 27.

The show at Spilsby Theatre, entitled HIP, follows a squatter who finds a flat full of somebody else’s belongings, and crucially a woman’s hip bone.

A spokesman for HIP said: “In a tale of addiction, sexuality, mortality, choices and enlightenment, she (Jodie) embarks on a journey to discover how one might avoid dying alone, and losing one’s hip bone in the process.”

In the press, the show is described as, ‘hugely enjoyable, engaging and at times profound’ and ‘a friendly, touching and philosophically taut show, always functioning on a couple of different levels at once.”

The Sick of the Fringe, who review shows such as HIP, said: “HIP is an hour drifting through the Jungian collection unconsciousness and is an authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism.”

The 90-minute show starts at 8pm on Monday, February 27. It is suitable for those age 16 and over due to adult themes and language.

Tickets are priced at £8 for adults and £7 for concessions. To book, call 01790 752936.

The show is supported by Arts Council England.