Welcome to the church of Ram, where sheep are people, people are sheeple and the apocalypse is just getting started. Bow down, confess your darkest sins and suckle on the holy teat. Only Ram can save you now.
Fresh from European premieres at Stockholm and Brighton fringes, Ram of God (the film) arrives in Australia. Developed with Soho Theatre's cabaret & drag lab and funding from Arts Council England, the raucous live show that never (yet) was is reimagined as a film. With influences from seventies horror, cult documentaries and cereal adverts, it's a playful takedown of masculinity and its shadowy cheerleaders.
Featuring original music by award winning composer Adam Jonota Bzowski and music transposed from a detail in Hieronymous Bosch's painting 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' (printed on a man's naked backside in hell) the film joyfully tackles the new possibilities and limitations of presenting theatre on screen.
Warning: Contains full frontal nudity, mild coarse language, potentially triggering content or themes, including Self Harm or Suicide,Sexual Assault or Abuse,Drug use,Alcohol Use,Smoking on Stage
'Picture the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen, and then lace that memory with every psychedelic drug you can think of, now you might be close to the territory Ram of God is operating in. ...Wickedly funny... its view of the world is wholly singular and utterly deserving of attention' *****A Younger Theatre
'Way ahead of the game' Glastonbury festival
'Brilliantly understated comic with the punk spirit of the Sex Pistols' **** The Scotsman