Critically acclaimed at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, HIP is for baby-boomers, counter-culture junkies, hippies, libertarians, activists, squatters, archivists, historians, mothers and daughters, real life story lovers and adventurers.
HIP is a gently-paced, wonderfully warm-hearted celebration of the ideas, ideals and idiosyncrasies of two women separated by time but interwoven by the same tribal songline.
Based around found objects, this semi-autobiographical show starts by introducing the audience to the cosy living room, complete with cushions, incense, tequila and nibbles, of a flat caught between two timelines and personalities: the home of Anne Clarke during 70s bohemian Brighton, and a squat established by Jolie Booth in 2002. As the first ever one-woman-show by Jolie, it is vital viewing for anyone who celebrates new styles of work and supports emerging artists.
'extremely funny… painfully and breathtakingly sad’
★★★★★ Broadway Baby
Tickets: £11.00 (concs/members £10.00)