What’s not to like? You’ve got Ramesh Meyyappan, the beguiling physical theatre performer who, in shows such as Off-Kilter, has displayed a winning combination of charm and precision. You’ve got Emmanuelle Laborit, actor and director of the International Visual theatre in Paris. And you’ve got the two of them coming together in a Brexit-defying cross-border collaboration.
Throw in pianist Ross Whyte and director Andy Arnold, who is frequently at his imaginative best in devised productions of this nature, and the potential is there for a wordless show that takes inspiration from classic French cinema of the 1940s – in particular, Marcel Carné’s Les Enfants du Paradis. [READ MORE]