A Strange Wild SongRhum and Clay
Left a single roll of film after his grandfather’s death, a man searches for meaning through the photographs inside. He discovers a surreal world of childhood and memory, where fragments of a half-remembered war invade the present day calm.
Critically acclaimed Rhum and Clay return to the Fringe with a darkly comic story told in their visually unique and highly inventive style. Accompanied by a live musical score, this Lecoq-trained company tell an unforgettable tale with a thrilling mixture of dynamic physical movement, stunning imagery and absurdist humour.
'A top-notch ensemble' – The Stage.
'Breathing new life into socially relevant theatre' – TotalTheatreReview.com
Praise for Shutterland (Fringe 2011)
'The rising stars of Absurd Physical Theatre' ***** Fringe Review ***** Scotsgay **** ThreeWeeks **** The Skinny **** Broadway Baby
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