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YESYESNONO

In 2016, Volvo launched their Human Made marketing campaign. New adverts focused on individual human lives. School children. Explorers. Factory workers. Global sales increased by 20%. This is an attempt to do the same. A show about objects. The objects we use. The stories we tell about them. The way we consume them. With live music and video artistry, award-winning YESYESNONO return with [insert slogan here]: a fevered excavation of adverts, objects, memory and identity. 'A moving and bittersweet experience' (Guardian). 'Visionary and unpretentious' ★★★★★ (ThreeWeeks). Total Theatre Award Winner.

Flashing Lights, adult images, including some nudity and loud noise

Age category: 14+

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10 Aug 20181 star

A personal love-letter to Volvo and their advertising style

It's a very rare show that encourages a reviewer to dust off a one-star review; even a naked man telling jokes with a chicken under one arm merits a second star by dint of commitment. So what has (insert slogan here) from the YESYESNONO theatre company…

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