Welcome to the Kingdom of Skadi...
a distant land, a land of adventure, and of evil. Where pillagers, pirates and barbarians do battle in a world on the brink of destruction. With the King’s daughter captured by an evil dragon, a hero must rise and collect the biggest bounty in the land. Who will survive in this quest of epic proportions and formidable consequences?
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Welcome to the Kingdom of Skadi, a distant land, a land of adventure, and of evil. Where pillagers, pirates and barbarians do battle in a world on the brink of destruction. With the King’s daughter captured by an evil dragon, a hero must rise and collect the biggest bounty in the land. Who will survive in this quest of epic proportions and formidable consequences?
Armed with just a chair, Lewis Doherty mimes every prop, makes every sound effect and brings to life over forty characters. Immerse yourself in this larger than life, sword swinging, one man blockbuster adventure! Prepare for arrows to roll, and heads to fly!
Lewis is an East Midlands based actor, writer, and theatre- maker and current Associate Artist at Nottingham Playhouse.
The North Wall is an arts centre in Oxford led by Co- Directors Ria Parry and John Hoggarth. The venue’s ArtsLab programme provides residential opportunities for early-career artists to learn new skills and develop new work.
Nottingham Playhouse has been one of the United Kingdom’s leading producing theatres since its foundation in 1948. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Adam Penford, it creates productions large and small: timeless classics, enthralling family shows and adventurous new commissions. It also has a thriving artist development programme, Amplify. They are delighted to support local artist Lewis Doherty and BOAR.
Running Time: 60 mins | Suitable for ages 12+ (strong language and references to violence)
"BOAR is a show you really shouldn't miss"
"Creativity and talent by the bucket-load"
“If I could give it six stars I would”
THE WEE REVIEW
“Not just a good night out but also a technical masterpiece”
"One of the most distinctive and grippingly engaging performances across the Fringe"
"Doherty's physicality is incredible... a virtuoso turn well worth seeing"
EAST MIDLANDS THEATRE