Fox-Light
  • Camden Fringe

Fox-Light is Barnaby Tobias's (Netflix, Theatre Royal Windsor, The Kings Head) debut play directed by Simon Usher (RSC, National, Royal Court), which follows two young painters as they dissolve into their own souls in order to explore the sticky dark mess of love. Prepare to wince, laugh and cry at this rough, heart-felt, punchy reflection on the chaos that love brings. I love you.Out of fear?Out of love.Arent you f**king lucky.'When two painters meet under a moonlit sky; poetry, cigarettes and sex isnt all they share. Fox-Light tells the tale of young lovers infatuated with each others beauty, charm and genitals. In an age where facades are clung onto for dear life, Jay and Tess must break through the masks of society in order to see what lies beneath. When they move closer to the truth, the relationship turns sinister as the very thing they hold onto, could be the very thing that sets them free.There is a place to get to, a place beyond all of this. I was promised that.

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