They're all intent on stealing the same Extremely Valuable Painting. They’re bound to meet and it’s bound to get messy.
An existential comedy caper which asks the Big Questions. What is art? Why is it Extremely Valuable? And, how much can I get for this on eBay? From the team behind multi award winning Lights Over Tesco Car Park.
It's all performed with a real sense of beguiling silliness by the company. But whilst it's an enjoyable time, the themes running through it don't penetrate
An experimental comedy caper about a botched art theft that prioritises style over substance
It leaves you grinning and scratching your head at the same time. Just don’t expect answers. Like all the best artists, Poltergeist are too clever to restrict interpretations
It is all quite good fun and quite thoughtful, but it becomes trapped in its own stylistic strait jacket and never quite takes off into either a full blown comedy caper or a meditation on the value and meaning of art
Blending movement, humour, music and audience interaction, the show serves to brighten up what would have otherwise been a dark and convoluted narrative to unfold
Though Art Heist doesn't really let us in on why exactly it hangs its own DJ, one can still find some food for thought in this entertainingly chaotic caper