A surreal evening of space capsules, dreamscapes and creepy little towns.
The Owls Are Not What They Seem will revisit the strangest town in Washington State, along with new inhabitants you didn’t know to be afraid of. Loosely inspired by David Lynch’s groundbreaking TV show, each unscripted episode will chart a brand new hidden mystery in a sleepy town torn apart by the forces of good and evil.
Sitting in a Tin Can – Two astronauts in a space capsule. They are far from the world and they have nothing to do but speculate and theorise. What was the real name of the Toys’R’Us Giraffe? Would you rather be a chicken or a cliff? What should you never tell you parents? Why is a coat like Christmas? And what does a happy hinge sound like?
Reviews for Rhiannon Vivian and Jules Munns:
***** (The Latest)
***** (Fringe Guru)
***** (Three Weeks)
***** (Fringe Review)
“Clever, complicated, and relevant . . . Could this be the future of comedy?” (Fringe Guru)
The Dreamweaver Quartet invite you to close your eyes and open up your third eye. The room is dark, the incense is burning, the potion we gave you is taking you into a deep state of relaxation. Now tell us of your strangest dreams and we shall make them manifest through music, dance and storytelling” A sung through performance ensues.
8pm, The Nursery Theatre Broadgate, Liverpool Street, £8