Point de fuite - Vanishing point

11 May 2016 – 12 May 2016

Event times


Cost of entry

£6, £5 groups and concessions

The Cat's back

London, United Kingdom


Save Event: Point de fuite - Vanishing point

I've seen this

People who have saved this event:


A wicked cocktail of fiercely ironic performance laced with hilariously surreal buffoonery. The show investigates the way the European Media talks about immigration and puts our reaction in the spotlight.


Point de fuite - Vanishing point is a visual theatre show highlighting how immigration is portrayed in the European media. It is the second episode of a project about dadaism called "Marcel", inspired by Duchamp's readymades.

Point de fuite - Vanishing point focuses on the importance of the layout and vocabulary used by the media to influence people's opinions. 

The show starts with an installation inspired by the news story of two children drowned on an Italian beach under bathers’ indifferent eyes.

About Marcel vol. I - Italian politics as a work of art:

“Possibly the most eclectic and sideways commemoration of the First World War” -The Scotsman 

“Ursa Maior Teatro gives an engaging, funny and clever insight into the Italian Prime Minister’s abuses and their wider repercussion” – Broadway Baby

What to expect? Toggle


Have you been to this event? Share your insights and give it a review below.