Performance Gymnasium, Winchester, February 2016
Peepshow was originally written and performed in 1999 by Isobel Wright and Frantic Assembly.
Our production magnifies the lives of 7 people living in the same apartment block. The movement and choreography was devised in response and in conjunction with the script.
Through physical theatre and musical composition, the show explores the complexity of modern day relationships.
The process began with a drive to interrogate the construction of monogamy and de-stigmatise polyamory.
'I have sadly got out of the habit of attending student shows, but seeing Peepshow tonight has convinced me I need to see much more if they can get anywhere close to this
level of performance.'
STEVIE SIMKIN, LECTURER OF DRAMA, UOW
Directed by: Becky Jones and Jemima Evans
Devised + performed by: Fran Hems, Brad Welch, Keren Young, Rhys Milbery, Cara Honey,
Amelia Woodhouse and Matt Robinson
Lighting Design: Tom Callaghan
Sound Composition: Hannah Johnston
Illustration: Hannah Johnston
Produced by: Performing Arts Winchester
'The choreography was imaginative and deeply expressive, and the whole piece beautifully orchestrated.'