I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, and in that sense the show didn’t disappoint.
Not that you could call it a show, it was much more a complete experience.
It was almost formless, with participants able to freely engage in whatever they felt drawn to experience.
Whether that was sound, body-painting, touch, taste or sensation, it depended on the person.
It was interesting to see what people gravitated towards and how engaged people were with each other… or not.
Personally, I jumped straight into stripping down to briefs and laying on the floor to be painted on and it was strangely liberating and relaxing.
My plus-one did some painting then snuck off into a teepee to explore more solitary experiences.
It was really fun and beautiful.
It possibly could do with a little more structure but that might work against the organic nature of it overall.
It’s not for everyone, but I loved it as something out of the norm of traditional theatre-making.
I would definitely go again.