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Shotgun Carousel: Divine Proportions at The Vaults

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Time 19:30
Date 11/09/18
Price £35
  • Produced by Shotgun Carousel
  • Price Previews £30, otherwise £35 & £55
  • Get ready to be wined and dined like Gods and Goddesses.
  • Bring along your godly attire.
  • See you at The Vaults

Celebrate the life of the Gods and Goddesses during this heavenly night of wining, dining and raucous entertainment. This folks, is Divine Proportions.

Running from: Preview shows Tue 11 - Thu 13 Sep. Performances from Fri 14 Sep 2018 - Sat 12 Jan 2019, Tuesday - Sunday.

In a city of drab and dreary dinner invites, theatrical entrepreneurs and immersive party pranksters Shotgun Carousel invite you to their feast of bacchanalia.

Spend the night up in the Gods for an evening of wild-dancing, raunchy rituals, ethereal entertainers and ever-flowing feasts, whilst raising a glass to the ancient God of Ecstacy and Wine.

Course after course of heavenly delights from and celestial cocktails are bestowed upon you. Milk and honey, masked merrymakers and a cabaret of magical creatures – a night of indulgence and extravagance unfolds.

As the lines blur between mortal and divine, the clouds open up above you, and the aromas of Godly dishes draw you into the realms above. Along the way you catch whispers of ridiculous riddles, sightings of Satyrs, dodgy deals with deities and hidden passages to the peak of Mount Olympus, all for you to discover.

But beware! Bacchus can't keep the rest of the Gods from their heavenly home forever; mortals will not be treated mercifully at the eternal after-party in the Underworld.

Dress like the deities you are and join the Gods for an evening of Divine Proportions.

Head to The Vaults for more info and possibly tickets.

COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Shotgun Carousel: Divine Proportions at The Vaults at 19:30 on Sunday 7 October. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: Depicted as a young fit, long-haired lad or an older, bearded man, Bacchus was said to have dressed ever party-ready, with accompanying grape bunch(es), a wine cup and an ever stylish crown atop his head. The question is... what was the crown made of?
A: .1) Ivy .2) Thorns .3) Paper .4) Porcelain