Lost Dog Dance presents “Juliet and Romeo- A Guide to Long Life and Happy Marriage” – BSL and Audio Described shows, London


Price: varies £12.50-£18


Bride and Groom on a wedding car

Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet.

They didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding but instead grew up and lived happily ever after.

Well at least they lived.

Now they’re 40ish, at least one of them is in the grips of a midlife crisis, they feel constantly mocked by their teenage selves and haunted by the pressures of being the poster couple for romantic love.

They have decided to confront their current struggles by putting on a performance – about themselves. Their therapist told them it was a terrible idea.

With Lost Dog’s blend of dance theatre and comedy this humorous and heartfelt show takes on our cultural obsession with youth and our inevitable issues with longevity.

Juliet and Romeo will run at Battersea Arts Centre 14 – 24 Feb, followed by a week at The Place. https://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/lost-dog-1

Praise for Lost Dog’s previous shows:

Brilliant dance theatre -The List ★★★★★

Divine – The Independent ★★★★★

Achieves great things -The Observer ★★★★★

A virtuoso tour-de-force -The Stage ★★★★★

Lost Dog are delighted to be offering an audio described version of the performance on Wednesday the 28th February at The Place, London

The audio description will be delivered by Lost Dog’s original cofounder Raquel Meseguer who brings an intimate knowledge of the Company’s creative process. There will be a touch tour before this show starting at 6.30pm. You can find the audio flier for sharing here: vimeo.com/253431981

There will be a British Sign Language signed performance at Battersea Arts Centre on Tuesday the 20th February, delivered by Martin Fox-Roberts.

BSL Interpretation perfomance on 20th February. Audio described show with touch tour on the 28th February.


Battersea Arts Centre, Battersea Arts Centre Lavender Hill London SW11 5TN and The Place, 17 Duke's Road London WC1H 9PY UK Box Office: 020 7121 1100

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