PRODUCTIONS / Bunny me!
Do you want a pet?
Two unemployed people decide to put themselves for sale as pets in a real shop window. And they will do everything possible to be bought by the transients: Trying to convince it communicating with cartels or dancing reggeton!
Bunny Me! It’ s a fresh comedy for all kind of public, that happens in a real shop window from a shop (opened to the public or in disuse). In a world where everything is in sale, can human being also be sold?… Though it is like a pet?
Show available in catalan, spanish, english and french.
Dossier Download (eng)
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Bunny Me! Clip
Bunny Me! FiraTàrrega’10
Bunny me! TOUR
10/2013 Festival TNT (Catalonia)
07/2012 Olala Festival, Lienz (Austria)
08/2011 Stockton International Riverside Festival (U.K.)
07/2011 Cratère Surfaces, Alès (France)
10/2010 Festival Cos de Reus (Catalonia)
09/2010 FiraTàrrega (Catalonia)
07/2010 Festival Teatro Torrelavega, (Spain)
06/2010 Del Mundo Festival. Maasmechelen (Belgium)
06/2010 Arkhangelsk Festival (Rusia)
05/2010 Festival Comic Figueres (Catalonia)
08/2009 Edinburgh Festival (U.K.)
08/2009 Banyoles (Catalonia)
“One of the most acid and sarcastic shows you can see this days in FiraTàrrega.”
“It’s fun and cruel show. They are two guys that show themselves in a shop window. Simple, right? But it has a tremendous tragicomic power: they are two unemployed people who offer themselves as merchandise. A fierce critique to the current situation. You can remain as much time as you like watching it, but what is really fantastic is to unexpectedly find it."
“Children were fascinated with these nice and big rabbits. They jump and laugh with them."
“The show develops in an atypical stage, a shop window in the center of the city.”
Diari de Girona
“Comedians to sale in Tàrrega, the best scenic shop window of the country.”
"A big number of transients halted opposite to the establishment to watch this unprecedented show."
"Illuminated like they are, it is an idea that would shorten the lines at the joint employment office."
"The original idea of realizing their little show "Bunny me!" in a shop window surprised the pedestrians, specially in the evening session."
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