They create work with comic prowess, inspired choreographed moments and a considered visual impact…they are ‘the double act who dare to do the dirty!’
Their show World of Wrong has lunged its way to The Brighton Festival, Berlin’s Bar 25, N20 Comedy Festival (BAC), Greenroom Manchester, Pulse Festival Ipswich, Nuffield Theatre Southampton and Assembly George Square (Edinburgh Festival Fringe). Their Edinburgh debut was a success; they collected the full range of review stars, had their jiggling bits shown on BBC2’s Edinburgh Review, and were lucky enough to meet Paul Daniels.
The Wrongies met whilst studying Dance & Visual Art at Brighton University, and were tutored by the inherently unclassifiable Professor Liz Aggiss. It was here that they began working as cabaret artists, creating short-sharp-performance-shocks that toured the UK and were the inspiration behind their show World of Wrong.
They continue to make and perform cabaret work and run regular contemporary dance courses in Brighton. They have been commissioned by Winchester Hat Fair and were invited to choreograph for Carousel (Brighton based disability arts organization). They Wrongies have also compered performance and cabaret events, were curators for Supperclub (The Basement, Brighton) and from 2007 – 2011 were Supported Artists at The Basement.
In 2012 they will hold The Wrong-Olympics (a series of guerilla style events) and are extremely pleased to announce work has begun on new show Cult of the Wrong.