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    • 11 Nov -
      13 Nov 2020
      11 Nov - 13 Nov 2020

    A cannibalistic romantic comedy – a brand new play presented by Conflicted Theatre and Clay Party (Pleasance Future Award Winner 2018)

    ‘I’m offering you the chance to eat me alive. For who really wants it, a genuine victim.’

    Nick and Sam have a date this weekend and if things go well it will be the first and last time they will ever see each other. You see Nick wants to eat Sam… and Sam really wants to be eaten. Yes this is a cannibalistic romantic comedy that is pretty taboo – even for you. A bond that is gorgeous and gruesome in equal measure, a type of love not defined by sex or blood… so to speak… and a plan so appalling and pure it could never be acted on … until this weekend. Get ready for the rom com of the year.

    Winner of the Pleasance Future Award 2018, Clay Party team up with the “vividly stark” Conflicted Theatre to tell the most unorthodox of love stories. How far will two consenting men go to fulfil their desire? This one you may have caught on the news or heard in a horror story; a relationship so off-limits it’s enticing, so enticing it’s horrifying. Fiji is a new play written by Pedro Leandro, Edward Stone and Evan Lordan.

    Conflicted Theatre have been a staple of the Dublin Fringe and Cork Midsummer Festivals over the past 10 years, writing, devising, and adapting theatre in locations like office blocks, elevators, warehouses & private dining clubs. Now they have relocated to Bristol from Ireland they are going to give theatres a go!

    Clay Party; a theatre company that champions new writing. They made their debut last summer with ‘Outside’, selling out here at the Omnibus before going on to receive great acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018. The winners of the 2018 Pleasance Futures award are delighted to be partnering with Conflicted Theatre in creating a piece as unique as this.

    Artist’s Website


    • “Thrilling”

      Exeunt Magazine on Conflicted Theatre’s Neon Western
    • ****

      “Vibrant performances.”

      The Irish Times on Conflicted Theatre’s The Scarlet Letter
    • “Serious, gripping and very funny… A modern masterpiece.”

      LAODS on Clay Party’s Outside
    • “This company have nailed the speech patterns of their generation.”

      International Times on Clay Party’s Outside

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