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We’re thrilled to announce the return of internationally acclaimed Voloz Collective, the winners of the GEST Best in Fest award at Gothenburg Fringe 2023!


14 & 15 May 19.00

Having wowed us with their stellar performances in 'The Life Sporadic of Jess Wildgoose,' they’re returning to GEST’s stage with their multi award winning show: 'The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much’ on May 14th and 15th.

Wes Anderson meets Hitchcock meets Spaghetti Western in this mult award-winning, intercontinental, inter-genre, cinematic caper of accusations, accidents and accents. Roger, a Frenchman in 1960's New York, has followed the same predictable routine for years, until a minor delay saves him from an explosion. Throwing his ordered world into chaos, Roger chases his would-be assassins around the globe. Raucously funny and endlessly inventive, this Lecoq-trained theatre company delights and stuns with live, original music and virtuosic acrobatics in this fast-paced whodunnit.Winner of the Carol Tambour Incentive Award, The Les Enfants Terribles and Greenwich Partnership Award, and Playbill’s “Pick of the Fringe” The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much is fast-paced, immediate and visceral, igniting the imagination with a whirlwind of images and sounds. Following two sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, a European tour, and an Off-West End run, Voloz Collective brings their smash hit to Gothenburg.

Cinematic Devising Workshop

7 May


Join Voloz Collective for a unique and exclusive one-day theatre workshop at GEST on May 7th 17:30-20:30, ideal for actors and students of acting seeking new learning experiences.

Price: 550SEK 


This dynamic workshop introduces participants to the fundamentals of collaborative devising. Participants will learn how to create effective unscripted work in an ensemble environment, inspiring their audience’s imagination with nothing more than their bodies, voices and found objects. Using Lecoq-inspired techniques employed in our own practice, participants will work together to create imaginative narratives through guided improvisation. This empowers participants to find a common creative language and build surprising theatre by relying on their dramaturgical instincts, rather than intellectual processes. We will guide participants in exercises focusing on the use of their bodies and found objects, allowing them to transform themselves - for

example - from the protagonist, to an ant, to an aeroplane in the blink of an eye. This near-cinematic

style is at the heart of Voloz’s theatrical practice.



by Voloz Collective

14th & 15 May

Performed at GEST

'Physical Theatre at its most immaculate' ★★★★

The Scotsman

'Theatre at it's finest'



'Leaves you wanting more'



‘The theatrical equivalent of a well-crafted Netflix thriller’



About Voloz Collective

Hailing from three different countries and brought together by two years of study at L’École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq, Voloz is passionate about making theatre that is fast-paced, immediate, and visceral. Rather than engaging audiences' rational brains, we ignite audiences’ imaginations with a whirlwind of images and sounds, to tell stories that can be understood emotionally before they are understood intellectually. Voloz’s work doesn’t rely on intricate sets, sound, and lighting to tell a story, but instead utilises the body, voice, and object theatre to spark the imaginations of theatre aficionados and first-time theatre-goers alike. We have a uniquely non-hierarchical structure; all four members work collaboratively to write, direct, act, produce, and design our shows.

Hearing aid

We have installed a hearing loop (hörslinga) in our new theatre space! Now hearing our actors will be easier for our audience members who use hearing aids or have cochlear implants.

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