Brighton Fringe: Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World
PUBLISHED: 13:58 20 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:13 20 February 2013
Written by Louis de BerniÃ¨res, Directed by Amy Draper and performed by Bad Physics, Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World is Louis de BerniÃ¨res' only play, written as a "play for voices" in 1999.
BAD PHYSICS in association with LONDON THEATRE ACADEMY present SUNDAY MORNING AT THE CENTRE OF THE WORLD
Written by Louis de Bernires. Directed by Amy Draper.
Written by Louis de Bernires, author of Captain Corellis Mandolin and Red Dog, and performed by Bad Physics, Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World is Louis de Bernires only play, written as a play for voices in 1999.
This unique production by Bad Physics is a 60-minute sensory experience featuring a cast of eight. Blindfolded for the duration of the piece, half of the audience choose to experience the play not only through hearing the dialogue, but also through the exhilaration of live sound effects, smells and touch. The rest of the audience watch this played out in front of them as a performance within a performance, witnessing the effects created as well as the reactions of the audience experiencing them. For more see www.badphysics.co.uk
Bad Physicss ingenious revivalAmy Draper's extraordinarily sensual production deserves massive praiseindubitably marks Bad Physics as a company to keep your eyes (and nose) peeled for.Time Out Critics Choice
The Venue is The Marlborough, 4 Princes Street, BN2 1RD and the performances run from 6th 9th May starting at 9pm with an additional performance on the 8th at 5.30pm. To finish the run, Louis de Bernires will be guest narrator on the 9th and tickets are priced at 8.50 (6.50 concessions).
To get tickets you can go to www.brightonfestivalfringe.co.uk, call on 01273 917272 or visit Brighton Dome, 29 New Road, BN1 1UG.