Local company touring to the Harrogate Theatre Studio

Forget About The Dog present:

100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace

….a story about a woman called Kat who experiences an accident that leaves her struggling with everyday life and an overactive imagination. 

Following the accident, Kat’s struggling with the basics of everyday life. As her reality blurs with fantasy we explore her anxieties and fears. Sometimes she imagines herself in war films, sometimes in musicals, and sometimes she imagines being knocked off a gondola by a very large wave; this isn't how she thought procedural and semantic recall recovery would be. 

A comedic and heart-warming take on the realigning of one person’s mind. A creative mash-up of witty dialogue, puppetry, original music and bombastic comedy - mix-ups, mayhem and muscle memory. 

This show connects with adults and children alike, by combining witty humour with engaging visuals, for a story all ages can follow.

★★★★ Broadway Baby

★★★★ 'A very enjoyable and funny show. I would definitely recommend this one if you'’re looking for a laugh.' - Voice Mag

'Delivers laughs while making you think.' - Fringe Guru

'Making the everyday heart-breaking, funny, and kind of beautiful.' - edfringe review 

100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace is at Harrogate Theatre Thu 21-Sat 23 June. To book visit www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk or call 01423 502116.


About The Company:

Forget About The Dog began their journey three years ago at the University of Leeds where they found a joint passion for witty new writing, slick physical theatre and bombastic comedy. 

With their producer not only being from Harrogate, but also part of the full time staff team at Harrogate Theatre, this company doesn't get much more local. 

They create distinctive, fast-paced and witty work which often visualises the inner workings of a character's imagination.