Taking us back to the 60’s (and before most of us were born), Cupid introduces us to the Love-in, a term not often used these days.
A public gathering focused on meditation, peace, love, music and sex (well it was born in the 60s), Cupid put his own spin on the hippie concept and spent the evening focused on poetry, love, a little sex and more poetry (with a sprinkling of magic and comedy).
Starting the night off on a high from one of the world’s most addictive substances, we all took the blue pill together (with consent of course) and delved into the big question of “what is love?”.
Taking wisdom from everyone including Shakespeare (with a modern day twist), Cupid touched on some of the mysteries of love, all while staring toxic masculinity in the eye wearing gold Lycra hot pants and platform heels (putting a whole new spin on the term MAMIL – middle aged man in Lycra).
A little forewarning, you may be enticed into audience participation (especially if you’re there on date night), but nothing is without consent.
Finishing off with a bang, we all know what comes after love and Cupid entertains with a lesson on lap dancing (one of his most recent pastimes), a performance that cannot be missed.
A night of cake, sparkles, rose petals and laughter, Cupid shatters all stereotypes and never fails to entertain people of all age groups (but probably leave the kids at home).