A CURIOUS AND FUNNY ENCOUNTER WITH A MAN A LAUNDROMAT AND SOME DIRTY WASHING
The Full Load is a new performance by Nigel Sutton and premiered at The Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011. Directed by Roslyn Oades, this 60 min interactive show was performed in a Laundromat in Altona Victoria. There were only 9 performances of this special theatre experience with most nights sold out, the show was very well recieved and we are looking froward to re-staging the performance in 2014
The Full Load
A curious and funny encounter with a man a Laundromat and some dirty washing.
Krispin K runs a Laundromat in Altona called The Full Load. Krispin has no time for a boyfriend or a life outside The Full Load. Krispin loves his work, he rescues designer clothes from the bottom of laundry baskets, styles his customers along with their washing and matches people like socks, best of all, he loves to put on his customers clothes and imagine their lives.
Strange and wonderful things happen at The Full Load, but a dark shadow looms inside one of the dryers , things are not quite what they seem…
The Full Load is a wild ride through the tumbled and often outrageous world of Krispin K and his Laundromat. Krispin asks his audience the big questions, what do our clothes reveal about us? What stories lay hidden in the fabrics? and why oh why do we trust strangers with our dirty underwear?
Written and performed by Nigel Sutton a master storyteller and skilled improviser who likes to immerse his audience in the experience of theatre . Directed by Roslyn Oades writer and director of Fast Cars & Tractor Engines and Stories of Love & Hate.
This performance is interactive and takes place in a Laundromat in Altona. The show promises to change your view of the humble Laundromat forever.