Katherine and Pierre
  • Vault Festival

It's Friday morning. We meet Pierre in his office, filling in some paper work. In walks Katherine... their eyes lock and instantly it's pure passion and sexual chemistry. After a works do, they find themselves in bed with one another... Built around the musical playlist of Katy Perry, they find themselves tackling genuine relationship problems to compromise and to overcome. "Katherine and Pierre" thrills through a physically and tightly choreographed heightened drag world. The two performers, Bobbie Twaddle and Ellie Begley amaze on all aspects, whether it's spinning wildly on office chairs, lip-syncing well known classics, or performing precise choreography blindfolded... you won't be able to help but ditch your seat and start partying with the performers!Through energetic movement, intricate sound design and "Mime Dancing" as described, Talk Small's London Debut promises to deliver a queer, passionate and enjoyable experience for all who attend.

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