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North West End

Welcome to a world where the Sirens are the unsung heroines, Ulysses will never be the hero he wants to be and Giant Crabs are taking over. Sirens, Men and Crabs is a surreal show that blends clown and cutting satire, taking you on a hilarious journey of Greek epics leaving Mount Olympus in ruins. 

While it will make you laugh, the use of Greek Tragedy with Teatro Pomodoros unique, absurd twist is meant to deliver underlying messages about current social issues.

Prepare to be lured in by the seductive, comic song of the Sirens!

Directed by Mark Bell (The Play That Goes Wrong).

“Funny feminist surrealism”

 -Audience review Physical Fest 2019 

Performed by

Carmen Arquelladas (Spain)

Miwa Nagai (Japan)

Simone Tani (Italy)

Directed by - Mark Bell

Lighting Design - Phil Saunder

Costume Design - Carmen Arquelladas

Set Design - Lois Maskell

Producer - RJ Lloyd

Directed by - Mark Bell

Devised and Created by Teatro Pomodoro

Gallery

Photo by AB Photography

Photo by AB Photography

Photo by Andrew Ness

Photo by Mark Loudon

Photo by AB Photography

Photo by Mark Loudon

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Photo by Mark Loudon

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Photo by Anthony Clarke

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Teatro Pomodoro site 2020

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Teatro Pomodoro

L3 7ED

Liverpool

pomodoro

pow·muh·daw·row

  - Noun: Italian word for "Tomato"

  - Adjective

  1. denoting a sauce made from tomatoes, typically served with  live performance.

  2. "a low-calorie pomodoro sauce is the way to go if you're planning on enjoying some Theatre"

Photo by Andrew Ness