by She Goat
Shamira Turner and Eugénie Pastor
Encompassing experimental live music, gender-twisting visuals, and gothic storytelling, this new work
is an exploration of ‘the Doppelgänger’ devised and performed by a pair of real life doppelgängers.
With an uncanny blend of 1630s-inspired Euro retrofuturism and 1930s wrestling, DoppelDänger is a bilingual boundary-bending attic takeover about the self, the other and togetherness.
Surreal and empowering: it’s Schubert meets the Spice Girls, with electric candles and hijacked video art.
Bring your other selves along for the ride.
Created & performed by She Goat
(Shamira Turner & Eugénie Pastor)
In collaboration with
Sarah Munro: Costume
Peter Byrom: Video
Sam Halmarack: Musical Advisor
Deborah Pearson: Dramaturgy
Verity Sadler: Set
Marty Langthorne: Lighting Design
Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre.
Supported by & developed at Camden People’s Theatre.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
"The highlight comes in She Goat’s DoppelDänger, two artists linked and the limbs and singing…strange compositions, like Björk’s dissonant combinations of simple vocal melodies laid out with humour over complex sonic productions."
- The Wire
She Goat is proud to be supported to tour DoppelDänger thanks to public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
13 - 16 Jun*: Camden People's Theatre, London
20 - 23 Jun*: Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol
28 Jun: Marlborough Theatre, Brighton
30 Jun: Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate
1 Jul*: Greenwich Theatre, London
*We will be making the show accessible to blind and partially sighted audiences in selected venues.
About She Goat
She Goat is the franglais feminist collaboration of Shamira Turner and Eugénie Pastor, both associate artists of award-winning Little Bulb Theatre. DoppelDänger is their first performance project as a duo. Together, they are interested in blurring the boundaries of theatre and live music, extravagant multi-tasking and reclaiming what it means to be two women on stage.