From the tomb of the womb to the womb of the tomb. From homeless to Hollywood. This is an honest retelling of Eric Lampaert’s trials and tribulations from birth to now and a psychological exploration of his universe & alternate realities. In a return to his training at Lecoq’s Ecole International de Theatre in Paris, this part theatre, part comedy show explores hallucination, anxiety, depression, mental health hospitals and tales of escape, hypnotherapy, public shaming, near-death experiences and a constant drug-free state of Euphoria,
Eric has recently turned his hand to Hollywood and this summer you can catch him in not one but two movies; Anna, directed by Luc Besson and starring Helen Mirren, Cilian Murphy, Luke Evans & Sasha Luss, and The Show, directed by Mitch Jenkins and written by Alan Moore (Watchmen, V for Vendetta, Batman: The KIlling Joke). This follows co-starring roles in recent films Moonwalkers (alongside Rupert Grint and Ron Perlman) and Valerian & The City of a Thousand Planets, as well as various TV appearances in both the UK and France (Life’s Too Short (HBO), The Midnight Beast (E4), Impractical Jokers (BBC3) and How To Survive A Disaster Movie (Channel 5). He’s even starred alongside Bruce Willis in a TV commercial!