Runtime: 1h 10m
Former Noble and Silver comic Kim Noble has taken an even more interesting turn in recent years with shows that trash the boundaries between theatre, comedy and live art, and which veer wildly from absurdity to tragedy, delight and disgust. The third part in a trilogy about what it means to be human, and already a hit at arthouses in Europe, Lullaby for Scavengers sees Noble living up a tree. He converses with a fox and a squirrel as he considers loneliness and vulnerability, and muses on whether we are all just vermin.
Kim Noble lived in a tree, down a sewer, under an insurance office desk and in an unsuspecting client's attic. How do you fit into a world that doesn’t necessarily want you? A fox and his ex lover – an angry dead squirrel – are his accomplices in search of survival strategies, friendship and knowledge of what we should pass on to the next generation Noble descends deep into the sewer and abyss of human loneliness of longing and answers the question of how to deal with rodents in your attic. Following the provocative hit shows Kim Noble Will Die and You’re Not Alone comes Part 3 of his theatrical trilogy on loneliness and connection. Kim would like to thank His mum, the staff of The Lord Stanley, Kia Reich, Rowan Corkhill for taxidermy support. Squirrel doesn’t want to thank anyone. Age Recommendation: 18+