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Look At Me, Don’t Look At Me

Closed 13 Jun 2021


Developed by RashDash in collaboration with Battersea Arts Centre and LIVR. This new re-imagining will immerse audiences with stunning 360-degree virtual reality from the comfort of your own home.
Look At Me, DonŐt Look At Me at the Online

Image courtesy Online

Show details


A brand new cabaret about love, art, and a legacy, RashDash reclaim the story of Lizzie Siddal; a model, painter, poet and long suffering muse and partner to Dante Rossetti.

The most famous of the Pre-Raphaelite 'stunners', Lizzie played leading roles of Violet, Ophelia, Beatrice and Sabra, but off the stage endured torturous love affairs, chronic illness and unmarried shame before her untimely death.

This cabaret follows Lizzie, returned from death to an age where women are allowed to be artists to tell the true story of her life in art and love.

Invisible behind the women she played, immortalised not as she was but as her lover insisted she be, yet still agonisingly devoted to a deeply flawed man.

How can she honour both herself and her desire, is it possible? Is it worth it? Is it right?

Look At Me Don't Look At Me is a cabaret about an iconic woman from history, what happens when your politics evolves but your sexual desire doesn't and what gets forgiven and forgotten in the wake of Great Art.

Background information, advisory warnings

Age suitability: Not available

RashDash creates exhilarating and political work combining music, dance and theatre to create sensual and cerebral experiences.

Theatre credits include THREE SISTERS (Royal Exchange Theatre/ The Yard/ Tobacco Factory Theatres/ The Old Vic/ MAYK/ Cambridge Junction), THE DARKEST CORNERS (a large scale, outdoor, headphone show for Transform Festival 2017) and TWO MAN SHOW (Northern Stage/ Soho Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe First Winner 2016, Stage Award for Acting Excellence).

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This show is presented ONLINE.


Previews from:Monday 24 May 2021

Closes:Sunday 13 June 2021

Performance days & times


Available to stream from 24 May ‑ 13 Jun


Running time: To be confirmed



Pay What You Can (suggested price £6)


Production: RashDash in collaboration with Battersea Arts Centre and LIVR


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