Mr Brin d'Avoine has an eclectic collection of treasured objects. His home is a refuge, a complete imaginary and ornately intricate world. Two man-servants welcome you into his house. On entering you will leave your usual place as a mere spectator and become a privileged visitor in an intriguing and dreamlike house.
All of us are filled with the memories and early experiences of our first home, our earliest playground and a place of daydreams which never leaves us. Home is the place that influences the building of our spatial and emotional selves. Within a specially created performances space containing delicate and immersive installations, evocative film, redolent music and poetic soundscapes, travel with our humorous and charming guides to the emotional heart of the meaning and significance of home in all our lives.
One of France's greatest and most influential visual and object theatre companies, Vélo Théâtre has been creating intimate, beautiful and poetic worlds for its audiences since 1982. It's work has been seen and acclaimed all over the world. This is the company's third visit to manipulate, having previously presented Appel D'Air and And Then He Ate Me with great success.
This performance is part of manipulate Visual Theatre Festival produced by Puppet Animation Scotland. View the full manipulate programme, here.
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Dates & times
Fri 2 Feb, 7pm & 9.30pm
Full price £17
Standard concession / Students £14
Other concession £9
Full Festival Pass £159
3 show pass – 10% discount on full price tickets (automatically deducts from basket)
See our Box Office page for full pricing and booking information.
No latecomers. This production has spoken dialogue.