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Blind Man’s Song (Theatre Re)

By | Published on Friday 21 August 2015

The Blind Mans Song

An imagination unlatched, ever flowing, and unrestricted. A blind musician lets his creative power take over him and keep him company. These mime artists explore his inner needs, desires and ambitions, as his music stops, starts, and interprets the world they encompass. An absolutely entrancing creation, time accelerates as we delve into this musician’s mind. You’ll find yourself feeling the joy, sadness and confusion that is generated and mimed out of thin air, and observe it as it drifts and changes as quickly and as easily as the musician’s melodies. Stunning original music, minimalistic staging, crisply performed – this piece could not be more beautiful, and will stay with me a while yet.

Pleasance Dome, until 30 Aug.
tw rating 5/5 [Zita Campbell]