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147 Questions about Love     

147 Questions about Love 147 Questions about Love is an intimate, funny, thought-provoking dialogue between a man, a woman and an audience. After performing it at Dance Base at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014, we are bringing it back on home turf for four performances on Tuesday nights throughout June.

A very different Volcano production and a rare chance to see Paul Davies & Catherine Bennett in performance together.

Are your emotions pure? Are your nerves adjustable? How do you stand in relation to the potato? Was your father a bastard outright, a medium bastard or a light bastard? Do you find all these questions fascinating, impertinent, or just plain impossible?

147 Questions about Love brings you up-close and personal with an unusual and tender duet, based on a novel made entirely of questions. It’s about our fascination with each other, our attempts to articulate, and the uncertainty of communication. Perhaps you have all of the answers, or perhaps we will only succeed in making you ask more questions…
Upcoming performances at Iceland Building, 27 - 29 High Street, Swansea, SA1 1LG

Tuesday 2nd June | Tuesday 9th June| Tuesday 16th June| Tuesday 23rd June
All performances start at 8:30pm and finish at approximately 9:15pm.

Tickets £10 full price / £5 concession can be booked online here:

147 Questions is devised and performed by Paul Davies and Catherine Bennett in response to the novel The Interrogative Mood. Paul is Volcano’s Artistic Director, and is a performer, director and writer known for producing audacious and original theatre for 25 years. Catherine is a dancer, choreographer and movement director who has worked with Siobhan Davies and Random Dance and choreographed a number of Volcano’s most memorable recent shows.
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