For the Love of Spam

Sierra Sevilla and Pleasance

Edinburgh

Pleasance Courtyard
Beside

14:10

60 mins

12+ (Guideline)

From £9.00

A comedic, multi-sensory, participatory one-woman show dedicated to two things: canned meat and colonialism.

Find out how this (delicious) canned meat symbolises modern-day colonialism and threatens the very livelihood of a whole civilisation in these West vs East political games.

Can this formerly Catholic, angry and God-fearing woman help educate (and feed) the masses, all while "liberating" her island?

Performed by CHamoru/Filipina theatre maker Sierra Sevilla, originally from the island of Guam and passionate about shifting immigrant narratives.

Recipient of the Pleasance's Charlie Hartill Fund 2024.
 
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Captioned Performance: 12th Aug, 14:10

Captioning Type: Open captions delivered by Claire Hill. Captions will be displayed on a unit.

Accessible concessions available online. 

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For the Love of Spam

Edinburgh

Pleasance Courtyard
Beside

(60 mins)

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