Bridget is obsessed with rock bands. Georgie is obsessed with death. Together we indulge their obsessions, because we understand them both and the moments and places they connect.
Performed in the Workers Club in Brunswick Street, they have the perfect venue to dissect and interrogate their two loves. The audience are drawn in by their frank discussions and interactions, and while some of the musings about life and death feel like stuff we’ve heard before, their personal stories are honest and engaging.
I’m not sure the show is fully formed yet. The elements are disparate and don’t quite coalesce. But there is something about seeing theatre about rock bands in a rock venue that was exciting, even if it didn’t leave me cheering like a rock band would.