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The Ted Bundy Project by Greg Wohead

The Ted Bundy Project is a solo work-in-progress showing about Greg’s relationship to an American serial killer, rapist and necrophile: the infamous Ted Bundy.

  • Fri 24 May – Sat 25 May, 9:15pm

Venue: Café gallery

The Ted Bundy Project is a solo work-in-progress showing about Greg’s relationship to an American serial killer, rapist and necrophile: the infamous Ted Bundy.

A few months ago - late on a Thursday night - Greg stumbled across a video on YouTube: an interview with Ted Bundy the day before he was executed by electric chair. He couldn’t stop watching.

The Ted Bundy Project is an exploration born of a curiosity about the nature of charm, the label of ‘monster’ and the tension between attraction and repulsion.
This is Greg’s first experiment with Bundy’s confession tape, a wig and a slideshow.

16+
This performance contains extreme images and graphic, violent subject matter.

There will be a free Q an A with Greg Wohead after each performance

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  • Fri 24 May, 8:15pm
  • Sat 25 May, 8:15pm

Additional information

Greg Wohead is a Texan writer and performer based in London. He often makes solo theatre work and one-to-one pieces and has shown work at BAC, Camden People’s Theatre, The Basement, Hatch and The Yard, where he is an Artistic Associate.

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