Two people face each other. One, wearing a red dress with brown shoulder-length hair, intently focuses on her phone held in front of her face. The other person, in a long-sleeve pink shirt, holds a glass of red wine for a sip but has a disco ball for a head. Their arms and hands are entangled, creating a mix of drinks and phones. Additionally, there is an extra floating hand between them, holding a phone. The scene is set against a pink background, outlined in a deeper pink. The image exhibits highlights with a purply-pink glow, featuring hints of green and orange subtly highlighted within the disco ball.
Three people sit on stools at a bar, in front of a pale green wall and wooden ledge. They each wear distinct outfits: one in animal print, another in a red dress, and the third in a pink long-sleeved shirt. All are seated upright, with their right legs crossed over their left thighs and their left hands resting on top. In their right hands, they hold different drinks: white wine, a short glass with soda water, and red wine. Each person has a disco ball instead of a head, concealing their faces and reflecting light.
Three people dance in front of a bar. They wear a long sleeve pink shirt, an animal print shirt, and a red dress. They have disco balls instead of heads. They dance as individuals, not touching. Their movements appear slightly blurry as they twist into various shapes, creating angles with their arms and legs.


Emily and Nathan, our troubled singles, search for love in the algorithm-based marketplace of online dating. But can the algorithm be trusted as they mismatch with influencers, sexperts and covert climate warriors? Decide for yourself at the intimate dance bar where our lovely singles meet their online dates in real life for the first time. 

In between disastrous dates and dodgy dancing they dissect the failure of past relationships. Are they falling for each other as they debate the nature of modern love? Or are they just hungry? Also, is this dance bar run by some sort of clown? 

Come at us Daddy Algorithm, the night is yet young.


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Theatre and Physical Theatre • Comedy
South Australia • World Premiere

Tue, 27 Feb - Sun, 10 Mar

60 min

The Lark at Gluttony - Rymill Park

$25 to $35

M (2 Warnings)

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