Ella Good and Nicki Kent

Wild Thing I Love You

17th – 23rd August.

3pm & 6pm (no 6pm show on 22nd).

Book tickets here.

At Forest Centre Plus
38 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 9SJ

‘…My friends here are from England, and they were wondering about Bigfoot, if you had any like Bigfoot stories, experiences, anything like that…?’

In September 2011, we took a trip across America to see if Bigfoot is out there. We’d like to tell you about it.

Our curiosity born of:
i. Evolution and issues of where we come from.
ii. Our own being made up of myths and legends.
iii. Desire to know the other/know of the other.
iv. The unknown.

Held in an intimate tent for a limited audience, Ella Good and Nicki Kent present a new performance that examines their experiences of searching for a legendary mythical creature in rural America. Using recordings of conversation from people they met on the way, film, animation and live performance, you are invited to cross into a world where the wild and unknown can exist.

A delicate exploration of the things we cannot see, the places they might exist in, and our desire to believe.

Developed with support from Bristol Ferment, Residence, and Arts Council England.

ellaandnicki.com

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