Reviews for Sea of Bones

  1. Mark Bruce in Sea of Bones at The Place

    Lindsey Clarke, Friday 25 May 2007 — Performance: 18 & 19 May 07

    Friday 18 May Sea of Bones is mired in primeval blue goo and clouded with dry ice. There’s no mistaking that this is a dream world where time, sense and reality warp and love and horror are present in equa… Continue Reading

  2. Mark Bruce in Sea of Bones at The Place

    Press Review Lyndsey Winship, Telegraph, Wednesday 23 May 2007Performance 18 & 19 May 07

    ‘The ghostly opening glimpses of the dancers and raw rush of guitars is an enticing start, but gives way to a weak mix of myth, dream and horror that for all its face paint manages to be totally unengaging.’ 

  3. Mark Bruce in Sea of Bones at The Place

    Press Review Allen Robertson, Times, Wednesday 23 May 2007Performance 18 & 19 May 07

    ‘Even though Sea of Bones doesn’t actually hang together, the moment-to-moment power of its vignettes packs a visceral punch. It provided a fervid finale to the Place’s five-week season, Spring Loaded, intended to celebrate, as its tagline claimed, &… 

  4. Mark Bruce in Sea of Bones at The Place

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Wednesday 23 May 2007Performance 18 & 19 May 07

    ‘This is a compelling evening of dance theatre that wittily and nightmarishly rattles the skeletons at the bottom of our collective unconscious.’  

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