What is it like to be wild? In ‘Wolf Safari’ we learn to look at the city through new eyes: those of the wolf! The wildness of a wolf can be seen as noble or dangerous, depending on our point of view. On one hand, one of the most socially developed and organised creatures. On the other, one of history’s most hated animals. The question of the wolf divides opinions on a politically fundamental level. In this nocturnal wandering performance, participants will get under the wolf’s skin and learn to see their surroundings in new ways. There are 3 parts: Wolf School, The Hunt, The Return/Discussion.
This production is part of Brighton Fringe’s Finnish Season 2018.