A Truefitt Collective presents.. “LOVE & SPAGHETTI”, their newest work exploring the complexity, vulnerability and simplicity of human relationships.
Human interpersonal relationships are vital for our survival, so why are we so s*** at getting them right? Two women perform their experiences as they fall apart and come together. This is the beautiful and terrifying thing about relationships; we must be willing to completely reveal layers of ourselves to reach an authentic, tangible connection with another soul.
An evening of “LOVE & SPAGHETTI” also features two new performance works:
Too Close to the Bone (Elisha Hamilton)
The audience find themselves amongst a particular unnerving world as both you and I expose parts of our lustful or lust-less lives.
Sorry Flowers Die (Jay Yule & Tommy Cattin)
A shift between unknown and privacy is also a journey between absurdity and tenderness, a strange cohabitation that still reveals an inability to communicate as human beings.