Having seen the expressive power of hands in Thomas Monckton’s Only Bones earlier this week, it feels appropriate for our final review [Read More]
Welcome to Theatre Bubble's Coverage of the London International Mime Festival 2017
Reviews and news from the London International Mime Festival (LIMF) 2017. Keep up today with all the action from LIMF as its happening. LIMF was founded in 1977 by producer, Joseph Seelig, and mime-clown, Nola Rae. It is the Capital’s longest established international theatre season. Taking place each January, its programme spans the spectrum of contemporary visual performance including live art, physical and circus-theatre, mask, puppetry, movement and object theatre.
Silver Lining’s Throwback crosses story telling with music and circus skills. The highly talented cast of young circus performers tell us [Read More]
Last Summer, I gave four stars to James Thierrée’s The Toad Knew at the Edinburgh International Festival, for pioneering “a physical style unlike [Read More]
Plexus Polaire’s Ashes at the London International Mime Festival marks the company’s UK debut and boasting ‘actors, life-size puppets and [Read More]
If the London International Festival has taught us one thing about that most niche of art form, it’s how instrumental [Read More]
Leandre Ribera, the creator and performer of Nothing To Say, is quoted in the programme as saying “The clown’s role is to [Read More]