As the heat rises, two super super hot men are creating a soundtrack for a climate documentary. Alan and Ron are sweaty. Really sweaty. The heat is rising in their studio and the milk has gone off. But life goes on, right?
Two Super Super Hot Men is a comedy theatre show about (dis)connection with nature, and the power of imagination in a time of climate crisis. Created, performed and directed by Alice Boyd and Rosa Garland (aka Alan and Ron), the show will be at VAULT Festival (13 & 14 March). This gender bending comic romp creates a space for audiences to connect with serious issues and turn their anxieties into action. Alan and Ron are foley artists, and their haphazard attempts at soundtracking a climate documentary force them to face the issue head on.
Alongside the show, the duo will engage with the public through environmental stunts on the streets, as well as offer information at the end of performances for audiences to take action themselves. The duo is collaborating with designers Adapt, who are committed to using humour to encourage positive action on climate change. With dramaturgy from Clara Potter-Sweet.
Two Super Super Hot Men was developed with support from Arts Council England, artsdepot, and the Pleasance Theatre. It will debut at VAULT Festival (13 & 14 March) and run at Brighton Fringe (1-3 May). Alan and Ron invite you to come and stew on the climate emergency.
For more information go to: www.alanandron.comor find them on social media @alanandron.