Am I Invisible Yet?
For ages 14+
Dunstan Bruce, ex-frontman with chart-topping band Chumbawamba, performs his new 1-hour play; a rollercoaster of despair, anger, love and ultimately hope.
In this personal and irreverent 1-man show Dunstan takes the audience on an existential voyage told through poetry, prose, music and projection.
'Am I Invisible Yet?' is no cosy fireside chat reminiscing about his Tubthumping past - it's a vital blast of angst, anger and despair. It is Theatre du Coeur, a love letter to hope, humanity and the haphazard heart.
Join him on this riotous journey that will resonate with anyone who once thought they could change the world, and is still determined to get back up again.
Director: Sophie Robinson
Producer: Tom Dussek
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Seats B5 & B7 are wheelchair accessible, if you require these seats please add 'access member' (here) to your account and you will have access to these. Please let us know of any access requirements you may have, including whether you would like the seat removed.
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Age Guidance: suitable for ages 14+
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Barbican Theatre is a safe space - safe to be who you are, regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, age, gender, identity, or sexual orientation.
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