Plexus Polaire25 Jan — 27 Jan
Inspired by Sara Stridsberg’s novel The Faculty of Dreams, Plexus Polaire's latest piece uses life-size puppets, broken songs, video-projections, humour and a desert of solitude to tell the story of Solanos (1936-1988), a writer, radical feminist and creator of the infamous SCUM Manifesto.
Plexus Polaire's latest piece features puppeteer Yngvild Aspeli and percussionist Ane Marthe Sørlien Holen, with life-sized puppets, broken songs, video-projections, much humour and a desert of solitude.
Part of the London International Mime Festival 2019.
The Saturday 4pm performance will include English surtitles.
An after-show discussion will take place following the Sat 26 Jan, 8pm performance.
Duration: 1h (no interval)
Age guidance: 16+
"A highly accomplished show, with a well-crafted visual and acoustic identity, and dramaturgy that equals the best contemporary theatre."
"A mixture of fire and ice, precision and emotional fury, a complete and unavoidable work."