Swyron was inspired by Nutkhut’s 10th Anniversary and the associated gifts of tin and aluminium. Swyron see us blasting together our commitment to using recycled materials alongside creating a unique and mischievous performance.
A unique blend of Vedic and Victoriana, Swyron is a steampunk revolutionary, situated somewhere between the Mahabharata and H.G. Wells. A timeless, universal and mythical character complete with full armour, Swyron journeys on his time-travelling, steam-billowing machine – delighting and astounding audiences with his intergalactic adventures.
Swyron is a steampunk superhero inspired by Vedic mythology and exists in parallel to Grant Morrison and Mukesh Singh’s graphic novel 18 days in which the Mahabharata has been re-interpreted with a futuristic twist.
The performance can be offered as a stand-alone walkabout or with an additional contemporary dance element inspired by the twin paradox theory.
What our audience have to say about Swyron…
“Next Dr. Who Enemy!” – Adit age 7
“Ace warrior” Michael, 42
“Cool!” Diren, 6
“Very spaced out!” Cherie, 35
“Excellent!” Khairul, 63
"The act which had arguably travelled the furthest was the striking Intergalactic Time Traveller – a kind of ancient, Asian take on Robocop which was body-popping outside New Look."- The Westmoreland Gazette