Feeling Lonely at Parties

Feeling Lonely at Parties

4.9 (8) · Fringe Theatre

Camden Fringe: Week 1

Lyn Gardner avatar
26 July 2019  ·  Follow on Stagedoor
“You may have noticed that the world’s biggest arts festival is about to kick off in Edinburgh, but no worries if you are stuck in London because the Camden Fringe starts this week. It may not have as many shows as Edinburgh but there is something for everyone. Just one of 300 productions, Feeling Lonely at Parties sounds intriguing. Without using any words, it tells of three people trying to find love in a dystopian future where people are forced to wear headphones as mood regulators. If that doesn’t appeal check out the Camden Fringe section in Editor’s Picks right here on Stagedoor.”
“Different aspects of love, loneliness and mental health and how the three intertwine”

Overview

Set in a dystopian future where people are forced to wear headphones in order to regulate their mood, Feeling Lonely at Parties is a piece with no words that tells 3 stories about people who try to find love when their headphones are broken. Each story explores different aspects of love, loneliness and mental health and how the three intertwine.

Critic reviews

In a performance with a limited format, the cast present their emotions well, but further story variation by Niazi would have made Feeling Lonely at Parties more engaging

The Upcoming

Date & time

Show ended
Mon 29 Jul - Thu 1 Aug, 7.15pm
Runtime: 1 hr

Venue

58-60 Hampstead Road NW1 2PY London, UK · Get Directions
4.9
out of 5 stars
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