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Ridiculusmus take the ridiculous to extremes in their latest piece ‘Give Me Your Love’. Following the story of a soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder back from the Iraq War, the play asks how does society support those who’ve been pushed to the darkest corners of existence. Review by Colin Hambrook.

A photograph from Ridiculusmus' production, Give Me Your Love. It depicts a man with a box covering the upper part of his body in a stark room, as a hand creeps around the door.

Rarely do you see more than a box-topped figure in this faceless universe. Image © Sarah Walker

Ridiculusmus take the ridiculous to extremes in their latest piece Give Me Your Love. Following the story of a soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder back from the Iraq War, the play asks how does society support those who’ve been pushed to the darkest corners of existence. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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A photograph from the set of Ridiculusmus' Give Me Your Love depicts a shit-stained, bleak room with a hand reaching around the door at the lock.

This bleak, shit-stained setting is Zach's house, not a military prison. Image © Sarah Walker

Ridiculusmus take the ridiculous to extremes in their latest piece Give Me Your Love. Following the story of a soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder back from the Iraq War, the play asks how does society support those who’ve been pushed to the darkest corners of existence. Review by Colin Hambrook.

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