Sheffield-based artist and performer Madeline Shann brings her new one-woman show about patriotism, nationalism and British exceptionalism to Theatre Deli, on the brink of our scheduled departure from the EU. The show will examine uncomfortable home truths about Britain’s problem with “foreigners”, its brutal past and its uncertain future, using lipsynching, supercuts, dance numbers, and some good old fashioned soul-searching.
Shann was inspired to create Here’s Looking At UKIP after the surge in racism and xenophobia following the Brexit referendum result. In a moment characterised by uncertainty, radical change and an alarming slide towards nationalism, Here’s Looking At UKIP asks: who do we think we are and what kind of a country do we want?
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