All human endeavour is ultimately meaningless. Get hyped.Dillon (Chortle Student Comedy Award 2017 Finalist, Soho Theatre Young Company 2017) has been suffering from depression. Fortunately, he’s found a coping mechanism, and you can come see it for just £7. He’ll be joined by his friend Oliver, who’s committed, supportive and has no choice but to help.
Watch as they stare into a Nietzschean abyss. Marvel as they try to solve a complex mental health condition with raisins. Thrill as you try to work out which insults were scripted and which were lifted from our day-to-day conversations. After all, Dillon is prepared to share his deepest emotions, and Oliver is prepared to share his surface thoughts without going overboard.
From the 2016 and 2017 Presidents of the Cambridge Footlights, who have collectively brought you the Footlights Spring Revues 2014-17,The Cambridge Footlights International Tour Show 2016: Lagoon, Warp Factor: Footlights Harry Porter Prize Winner 2015, Panopticon, Lost Property and a whole load more comes a new comedy show about friendship, depression and that’s it.
All human endeavour is ultimately meaningless. Get hyped.
‘Daring and ingenious… an astonishingly honest portrayal that will keep you in stitches from beginning to end’ – ★★★★★ Varsity