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Abstract image of various types of eyes, in a large mouth
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Fields of Performance: Plump

Part of Fields of Performance

Contemporary Music And Performance

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Dale Williamson

Do you feel it watching you?
Beyond the lake, beyond the wood, beyond the axeman’s pasture.

It never felt so comforting. Open your mouth, wider, wider still. Let it sing into your oesophagus, feel it in your gut. The scum, does it feel warm?

Swallow it.
Scabbed skin.
Still flesh.

Plump is an original performance that examines folk tales through a queer perspective. This work forges a new mythology centred around themes of love, lust, violence and anguish. This multidisciplinary performance harnesses the power of storytelling, mixed media and musical elements in an intimate setting.

This show contains references to sexual content/violence and is recommended for an audience 18+.

Photo Credit: Dale Williamson