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BATTLEAXE at Camden People's Theatre

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Time 19:15
Date 16/08/18
Price £10

In a training ground suspended underneath the earth’s crust, five bodies are pushed to their limits...

Running from: Thu 16 - Sat 18 August.

Each one brings their own history and fight, but all are willing to pant, sweat and train together to prepare for their battles ahead.

BATTLEAXE is a physical piece that explores both contemporary and historical warriors who come together to share why they fight. In their symbolic space we find different worlds colliding. What worms will be unearthed from their collective psyche?

Unearthing the minefields in ourselves and the world around us, BATTLEAXE will tickle and test you in equal measure. A collective of female and non-binary bodies exploding onto the stage exploring feminine power, strength and pain.

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend BATTLEAXE at Camden People's Theatre at 19:15 on Thursday 16 August. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: For this question, we're not talking about Battleaxes, but battleaxes -  the aggressive, domineering and forceful woman. Within Christine Hamilton's book, the 'Book of British Battleaxes', Hamilton lists various Battleaxes, of course. Out of the following, which one does she not consider a battleaxe? Battleaxe, battleaxe, battleaxe...
A: .1) Ann Widdercombe .2) Britney Spears .3) Ena Sharples .4) Boudica