THE BROGAN DAVISON SHOW (2019)

I hope she gets the help she needs
— Concerned audience member

A brutally entertaining show about a worn out women’s place in the world.

Brogan Davison goes solo and is not afraid to come across as a socially awkward and emotionally fragile English women, revealing some of the most unflattering sides of herself. The vulnerable relationship between performer and spectator is a central aspect of the apparently desperate attempt to create the show of her life. It’s both funny and grand, absurd and ridiculous - but mostly a declaration of love for anyone who’s looking to find a meaningful place on the world.

Through Dance For Me’s vulnerable and off-key approach to performance making, guests can expect a raw performance full of love, rage, bravery and stupidity.

The Brogan Davison Show is a stand-up performance that can take place in a strangers home, a bar, a theatre or anywhere else it gets invited to.

...left me with the feeling, that I need to tell everybody to see this show before they die.
— Sigrún Halla Unnarsdóttir - Host and Kundalini yoga teacher
Suprising. Funny. Sincere. I LOVE IT. I WANT IT AGAIN
— Ásgerður Gunnarsdóttir - Host and director of Reykjavík Dance Festival

Concept and creation: Brogan Davison and Pétur Ármannsson
Artistic support: Jónas Reynir Gunnarsson, Björn Leó Brynjarsson and Alexander Roberts
Lighting design: Vinny Jones (In the stage version)
Music composition: Ármann Einarsson (In the stage version)
Co-production: Indiciplinarte (IT), Das Theatre School (NL), Reykjavík Dance Festival (IS)
Supported by: The Icelandic Culture Fund (IS). Reykjavíkurborg (IS).

The Brogan Davison Show has been to: 
Das Theatre Graduate School, the Netherlands.
Everybody’s Spectacular Festival, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Juul Beeren, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The home of Una Björk Jónsdóttir and Fríða Sóley Hjartardótti, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Ívar Pétur Kjartansson and Sigrún Halla Unnarsdóttir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Ragnheiður Steindórs, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Þóra Björk Schram, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Alexander Roberts and Ásgerdur G. Gunnarsdottir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Clara García Fraile and Biljana Radinoska Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The home of Nína Hjálmarsdóttir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Guðmundur Kárason, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Hjörtur Jóhann Jónsson, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Chiara Organtini, Terni, Italy.
The home of Gosie Vervloessem, Florence, Italy.
Fabrica Europa, Italy.
The home of Maiko Yamamoto, Ireland.

Upcoming performances:
Avant Garden, Trondheim (NO) - 19th - 22nd of September 2019
Meteor Festival, Bergen (NO) - 20th + 21st of October 2019
Reykjavík Dance Festival (IS) - November 2019