4 Stars from FemaleArts.com 'Expect one-liner gags and skilfully characterised comedic rhetoric. Look out for a twist at the end. I can recommend this highly.' Luisa Guerreiro.
Planet London Says: '“Freakoid” is one of the most inventive pieces of theatre I have seen in a very long time and richly deserves to be seen by a far wider audience.' Laura Alexander.
What's Peen Seen Says: 'Emma Adams is a fine comic actress, composer, musician and singer in the great British tradition of Beryl Reid, Grenfell herself, and perhaps, more pertinently, Hermione Gingold. Like them, she has a warm and winning stage presence...' Chris O'Shaughnessy.
Written and performed by Emma Adams. Directed by Sarah Applewhite.
Somewhere out there in the future a woman called Emma and a sentient vacuum cleaner called Hooverdroid have fallen in love. This future-queer love affair brings joy, heartache, hard-drive overload and internment… Against all the odds a biobot-hoover-baby is born.
It's an absolute scandal. Thank goodness all other evidence of Emma and Hooverdroid's love has been destroyed. Or has it?
Musings on eugenics, personhood, memory and the beauty of otherness.
And a plea for love and understanding between all in our LGBT-QWERTY world.
“Be prepared for utter silliness, but silliness with intelligence and the power to move emotionally.”
Laura Ennor, The List (Forgotten Things)
Free Post-Show Discussion
Friday 1 Mar
What is the Future for Queer Theatre?
Chris Goode, David Sheppeard and Ovalhouse associate artist Nick Field join Ovalhouse's director of theatre, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord and Freakoid's creatives Emma Adams and Sarah Applewhite for a post-show debate.