Get born, eat sweets, BE QUIET, dance, dance, dance and repeat!
Set in a ruleless, dystopian future; The Blame Game explores the themes of power, conflict and resolution. This devised piece of work aims to ask the question: "What would the world be like without children?"
THE BLAME GAME was devised by Pick ’n’ Mix Theatre, in which Hannah and Florence were co-founders and collaborators alongside Alana Marshall, Ellen Foley, Bethany Hargrave, Sam Nancarrow and Olly Hudson-Wood.
As a collective, we wanted to devise a show that responds to the prevalent topics of climate change and the consequences of overpopulation. The Blame Game was performed at AMATA, Falmouth University in 2019.