Slick

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  • 4 September 2008
Slick

Another chance to see Vox Motus' daft satire on cruelty, greed and casual violence, in which a Glasgow family discovers oil spurting from their toilet, fresh from its premiere at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Expect some funny gags and a novel approach to performance as the actors' heads poke out from squidgy puppet bodies.

Byre Theatre, St Andrews, Tue 9 Sep; Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 16-Sat 20 Sep.

Slick (Previews)

On the outskirts of town a destitute tenement looms above the only crude oil supply in Glasgow, a discovery that's about to rip its tiny, impoverished community apart. Literally. New work from Glasgow-based company Vox Motus.

Slick

On the outskirts of town a destitute tenement looms above the only crude oil supply in Glasgow, a discovery that's about to rip its tiny, impoverished community apart. Literally. Broad new comedy from Glasgow-based company Vox Motus, using padded puppet bodies operated by two performers. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival…

Slick

On the outskirts of town a destitute tenement looms above the only crude oil supply in Glasgow, a discovery that's about to rip its tiny, impoverished community apart. Literally. Broad new comedy from Glasgow-based company Vox Motus, using padded puppet bodies operated by two performers.

Slick

A daft satire of greed, cruelty and violence featuring cartoon style action and imaginative skits. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe'

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