Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Something I didn't see in a cinema

Since this blog has up to now been wholly movies, I feel it's high time to prove that there's more to my cultural life, dammit, and to say that James Thiérrée's La Veillée des Abysses, caught tonight at the Peacock Theatre, is one of the most bewitchingly pleasurable pieces of live theatre I've ever seen. It reduced me to childlike awe and giggles, and my hands hurt from clapping so much. Wow. What a show. Thanks Maxie!

(Plus, they use Michael Nyman's music from Gattaca, which helps.)

1 comment:

thewebloge said...

Oh, it was wonderful. So glad you could come! Have temporarily fallen off the blogging waggon, but will post a review soon.