- Tue 17 Jun – Sat 21 Jun, 8:30pm
Adult themes and content, recommended for ages 16+
Please note that, regrettably, the upstairs theatre is not currently accessible for wheelchair users.
4* Lyn Gardner, The Guardian: The Ted Bundy Project review – gripping one-man show about violence
4* Luke Davies, Playstosee.com
"It leaves us disgusted and yet fascinated, morbidly eager to hear more..." Catherine Love, Exeunt
"An hour you will talk about for days after seeing it..." Faye Stockley, Londontheatre1.com
In November 2012, Greg stumbled upon the confession tapes of Ted Bundy, the American serial killer, rapist and necrophile. He couldn't stop listening.
The Ted Bundy Project was born from a curiosity about the nature of charm, the label of 'monster' and the tension between attraction and repulsion.
Greg has a wig, a bit of rope, a few YouTube videos and Bundy's confession tapes. Come hear what he has to say to you.
This performance contains extreme images and graphic, violent subject matter.
Book to see The Ted Bundy Project and THIS IS HOW WE DIE by Christopher Brett Bailey on the same evening and pay just £12 for both! Discount applied at checkout.
- Tue 17 Jun – Sat 21 Jun, 7:30pm
Made and performed by Greg Wohead
Greg Wohead is a London-based writer, performer and live artist originally from Texas. He makes theatre performances, one-to-one pieces and audio works. He has developed and shown original work in the UK and internationally at places like Battersea Arts Centre, Contact, MC Amsterdam, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, Camden People’s Theatre, The Orchard Project (New York) and The Yard.
Associate Producer: Jo Mackie
Designer: Alice Hoult
Lighting Designer: Alex Willy
A Contact Flying Solo Commission developed at Ovalhouse, Bristol Old Vic Ferment and the Orchard Project.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
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