The Red Chair
Written & performed by Sarah Cameron
"A tour de force brawly spoken!" EDINBURGH GUIDE ☆☆☆☆☆
"This woman has spark. There are not many people that can truly pull off an almost two hour show by themselves, but Sarah Cameron manages her self-written narrative with ease and charisma." THREE WEEKS
“Fantasmagorical, exuberant, deliciously surreal… Cameron performed with breathtaking bravura” Argus Angel winner - Brighton Festival 2015
“Seasoned to perfection” Exeunt
“One of the 10 best things to see at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015” Radio Times
Clod Ensemble brings you the fabulous tale of a man who eats himself into the chair he is sitting upon, the woman doomed to cook his meals and their one ‘inveesible child’.
Told in luscious Scottish dialect, Sarah Cameron’s virtuosic solo performance won a standing ovation and an Argus Angel award at Brighton Festival this year.
You can now listen to the three part podcast version of The Red Chair performed by Sarah Cameron.
A delicious feast for the ears and the imagination, The Red Chair comes served with tasty nibbles, lashings of dark humour and a dram of whisky to oil the way.
Duration: 100 minutes
Suitable for ages 14+
VIDEO: watch the trailer
REVIEW: The Argus at Brighton Festival 2015
FEATURE: Sarah Cameron: Performer and sculptor’ interview in The Stage
LISTEN: more interviews and excerpts from The Red Chair on SoundCloud
Directed by Suzy Willson | Music by Paul Clark
Design by Sarah Blekinsop | Lighting by Hansjorg Schmidt
Age 14+ Duration 120 minutes including interval
Supported by Arts Council England, the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation and The Leche Trust