Or, A Guide to Managing Social Anxiety Using Theoretical Physics


We have previously toured this show to:

Salisbury International Festival

Camden People's Theatre

The Wardrobe Theatre

The Bike Shed Theatre

Brighton Fringe
Bath Fringe

Plymouth Fringe

Cygnet Festival, Exeter

Off Beat Festival, Oxford

Ludlow Fringe

International Youth Arts Festival, Kingston

Reading Fringe &

Buxton Fringe.

Josh is good at dancing, but not at people.

On the other hand he did once read  ‘A Brief History of Time’ by Stephen Hawking so he reckons he’ll probably be alright.


Is the hokey cokey really what it’s all about?


Josh doesn’t know, but he’s damn well going to find out.


A new show about social anxiety, about coping mechanisms –

about big ideas and how they impact on small things. About taking chances. And about dancing.


Mixing storytelling, live music and physical comedy: Running Dog Theatre create a show part physics lecture, part dance lesson and school disco.

"Extremely intelligent and heartfelt...words succumb to dancing" - Exeunt

"Strangers were united in their love of music and dance, releasing inhibitions. It was a fantastic feeling." - Express & Echo

"A show that made everyone want to get up on their feet and dance" - IYAF

"brutally honest, sometimes heart-breaking, but always equalled out by his hilarious insight" - Bath Chronicle 

Upcoming tour dates:


Zoo Southside, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 4th - 28th August, 9.30pm, Tickets £10 -12 Book here

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