“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen
or even touched – they must be felt with the heart”
 HELEN KELLER

After a sell-out run at the London International Mime
Festival 2015, Theatre Re presents a wordless tale about the power of
imagination that blends together physical theatre, mime, sounds, illusions and
a beautifully lyrical live musical score.

While a blind man walks around his room with unsteady steps a
story of love, hope, courage and unquenchable vision unfolds.

Blind Man’s Song is a tale about one man’s rage against his
world of darkness. Inspired by the paintings of René Magritte, the dead-end
word of Samuel Beckett and interviews with blind and visually impaired people,
it witnesses the power of the body to communicate without words.

Funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England
Supported by Haringey Council, The French Institute in London and Vocal-Eyes
Produced in association with the Greenwich Theatre and South Hill Park Arts
Centre

BBC’s Highlight of the Edinburgh Fringe
Festival 2015

“We’re not sure what we’re watching but
we know it is unique.”
 ????? BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

Theatre Re’s website

 

Date:

Thursday 29 September 2016

Time:

7.30pm

Venue:

The Quarry Theatre

Cost:

£12 (£10 concessions)

Tickets:

Buy Online

01234 362337

quarrytheatre@bedfordschool.org.uk

Running Time:

60mins 

Age Suitability:

8 yrs +

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