Dog Show, Kandinsky
Sunday 7 June, 5.00pm
The Hong Kong Dog Serial Killer has been at large since the late 80s. Leaving out poisonlaced meat in a popular dog-walking neighbourhood, he has killed up to 100 animals. No-one knows why.
Transposing this story to London, Kandinsky’s new show explores the strange life of dogs in the city. Halfway between the animal and human worlds, what they can tell us about ourselves, about love, loneliness and the wild?
Four actors and a musician play an entire community of dogs and their owners. One Autumn, the killer strikes.
All tickets for Incoming Festival are £5 and can be booked via the New Diorama Theatre website or by calling the box office on 020 7383 9034
Kandinsky was formed in 2005 by Al Smith and James Yeatman. Since then they have been making plays that range from the history of science through to explorations of bodies in cities, through to simple stories about dogs and their owners. They’ve performed in Edinburgh, London and New York. Every project Kandisnky does starts with a collaboration between a director and a writer. Aiming to make plays that combine the precision of authored storytelling with the theatrical boldness of devised work.
★ ★ ★ ★ “Haunts you long after you have left the theatre” The Guardian on Radio
★ ★ ★ ★ The Scotsman on The Bird and The Bee