Reviews for London International Mime Festival

  1. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    All Wear Bowlers, Barbican Theatre ‘Imagine Waiting for Godot played by Laurel and Hardy, designed by Magritte, and you get some idea of the range of reference in All Wear Bowlers by the American clown duo Rainpan 43.’ 

  2. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Tangentes, Barbican Theatre ‘By means of conveyor belts set at different speeds the four performers play games with expectation: one pair walk towards each other yet actually move further apart, another pair retreat from each other yet come closer.’ 

  3. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Zoe Anderson, Independent, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Philippe Genty, Lands End, QEH ‘In the best scene, a woman dances with an insect lover, a puppet with a human face, frail legs and twitching beetle body. The whole creature is unsettling and brilliant.’ 

  4. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Philippe Genty, Lands End, QEH ‘Nearing 70, this talented Frenchman is an acknowledged master of wordless visual theatre whose themes and imagery are often derived from dreams.’  

  5. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Hysteria, Purcell Room ‘The winner of a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe in the summer, it was one of the gems of the London International Mime Festival.’  

  6. London International Mime Festival at various

    Press Review Donald Hutera, Times, Monday 29 January 2007Performance

    Ockham’s Razor, Linbury Studio Theatre ‘…already this young, London-based aerial theatre collective shows promise.’  

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