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Three To See on 13 Aug: The Nature Of Forgetting, Suspicious Minds, Calleidocello

By | Published on Saturday 12 August 2017

Three recommended shows to see on Sunday 13 Aug…

The Nature Of Forgetting | Pleasance Courtyard | 12.00pm 
“Rarely does a work of theatre explore the inner mental world with the level of clarity and depth that can be found here”, says our 5/5 review of this show. “Featuring no lines of substantial dialogue, the performers conjure images of filmic majesty, coupled with live music, to guide the audience’s emotions”.

Suspicious Minds | Pleasance Dome | 5.30pm
“A wry blend of humour, pathos and emotional honesty, with a refreshing sci-fi twist” is on offer in this theatre show, notes our review. “Eschewing clichés and obvious endings, ‘Suspicious Minds’ delivers a resolution that is fittingly satisfying”. Go see it, I say.

Caleidocello | C too | 6.00pm  (pictured)
In this show, Peter Hudler “slaps and strums his cello like a contemporary guitarist”, reports our reviewer. “His acoustic instrument had that rich, chocolatey resonance essential for a traditional solo repertoire – no electronics or gizmos required”. The conclusion? “A welcoming performer, Hudler embraced his audience with his artistry and exciting repertoire”.