(remor) an intimate ‘locked room’ mystery lasting 11 minutes, for just 15 people at a time. Share a prison cell with a couple, trying to piece together the mysterious death of their relationship. They set up the prison cell on the stage at St Luke's, a really claustrophobic atmosphere, coming out of the "cell" into a beautiful spring day at the bombed out church made you appreciate just how lovely St Luke's is, many people saw the show twice!
I really like having shows like this at the bombed out church, reflecting its international cultural potential- all for just £
The show premiered in Mallorca in 2011 and won a Total Theatre Award for Best Physical & Visual Theatre at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe, going on to two days of performances at the bombed out church.
Res de Res are known around the world for their pioneering approach: integrating circus skills into physical theatre.
“What follows in a piece that is cleverly structured to snake back upon itself is an extraordinary pas de deux of loss and longing that could be taking place all in the mind or in entirely different places.”
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian