Developed between England, the Colombian Amazon, Mexico and India, ‘Carry it to the End’ is a creative act of positive activism to make sense of a world going mad and against which, nothing can be done – so they tell us!
It starts with a helpless and lonely knock on a shaman’s maloca door.
What follows is a fantastical 'ayahuascean' theatre tale weaving through geographical lands and metaphysical realms.
It’s a tale about what it means to be human, a tale to remind ourselves of our responsibility within the grand scheme of things, a tale to burn to the ground the idea that nothing can be done, a tale about looking at our helplessness in the eye and rekindling the hope that the state of the world is not out of our hands and that things don’t actually have to be this way.
The show premiered in November 2017 at the Cockpit as part of Voila! Festival and since then, has been performed in Chile (Valparaíso, Villa Alemana, Salamanca, Illapel & La Serena) and in Cali, Colombia.
A year on, it's returning to its original home for a special one-off performance!