Tag: This Is Not Culturally Significant

Interview, Adam Scott-Rowley, “We wanted to see how far we could push it without it becoming caricature”

Interview, Adam Scott-Rowley, “We wanted to see how far we could push it without it becoming caricature”

For more details about This Is Not Culturally Significant, please see my accompanying news article and review from the Vaults Festival.


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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News: This Is Not Culturally Significant transfers to The Bunker

News: This Is Not Culturally Significant transfers to The Bunker

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.

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AYT Review: This Is Not Culturally Significant

AYT Review: 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.

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