This Is Not Culturally Significant was a highlight of this year’s Vaults Festival. Adam Scott-Rowley delivers an exposing performance that simultaneously shocks and slays his audience. What’s more, he is entirely naked for the whole thing. Now it has quickly transferred for a three-week run to The Bunker and judging by its current reception will only transfer onto bigger and better things in the near future.
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Following a highly successful run at VAULT Festival, where it was awarded ‘Show of the Week’, Out of Spite Theatre presents the transfer of the critically acclaimed, Edinburgh Fringe sell-out, This Is Not Culturally Significant.
Originally published on A Younger Theatre
Adam Scott-Rowley is in your face right from the start, gyrating and masterbating on a stool. The shock factor here is instant, but quickly subsides as Scott-Rowley rapidly transitions into an old, lonely man on a porch, a lecturer delivering a monologue around spiritualism and both sides of an abusive married couple. This Is Not Culturally Significant, an ironic title since all of Scott-Rowley’s observations about the various outcasts in society seem to be anything but. One thing they all have in common is a distinct inability to fade into the background.