About BLAM!

Peacock Theatre, London
Booking to 16 November 2013
No longer booking

Acclaimed physical theatre company Neander bring their hit show BLAM! to London’s Peacock Theatre fresh from a wildly successful run in Edinburgh this summer.

Led by critically acclaimed Denmark-based Icelandic performer and director Kristján Ingimarsson, Neander have become a major force for exhilarating, accessible physical theatre.

Their smash-hit new show BLAM! mashes up theatre, circus and extraordinary physical stunts to present an action-packed, entertaining experience that takes physical theatre to new places.

Set in an office, to escape their boredom of the 9-to-5 jobs four office workers invent an imaginary game called BLAM!, in which ordinary life is put through the office shredder!

The game becomes an hilarious, explosive and dangerous past-time as their everyday workplace is transformed into a world of aliens, superheroes and villains. With neck-breaking stunts, breathtaking physical feats, exhilarating routines and heaps of attitude, BLAM! becomes an extraordinary riotous adventure.

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Theatre: Peacock Theatre

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Performance dates
Booking to 16 November 2013

Important Notes

Running Time: 70 minutes; Age Restrictions: Under 5s will not be admitted. Recommended for ages 8+; Contains some violence. Strobe lighting used. There is no interval so latecomers will not be admitted.

Venue Information

Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HT
Nearest Tube or Train: Holborn (Central line, Piccadilly line), Temple (District line, Circle line)
Nearest Buses: 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 501, 505, 521, X68

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