The Great British Bulldog has been usurped by snarling hybrids. The bowler hat has morphed into a hoodie. The culture of polite society is now a culture of blame and hatred as our land of hope and glory is torn into extremes.
Fusing theatre, comedy, dance and tub-thumping tunes, two actors play a cast of thousands in an excoriating inquisition into broken Britain.
Laurence Wilson's fast paced comedy hurtles through the dilapidated attractions of noble old Blighty exposing the millions of tiny volcanoes bubbling up through our green and pleasant land.
Tiny Volcanoes opened at the Liverpool Everyman in May 2010 as part of the Everyword Festival, before performances at the Latitude Festival and the North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford. Further tour dates for the autumn are listed in the side column..
A Paines Plough production in association with the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.