Monday, 28 March 2011

More from the UK Tour

This month we have been in Cambridge, in Colchester on the lovely campus of Essex University and Oxford at the excellent North Wall Arts Centre. The weather was great and we sat outside the Junction for lunch and decided that spring had sprung. Four of the cast had come over from Scandinavia so 15 degrees and sunshine was a very pleasant surprise for them.

This is the start of the show in Cambridge - it was a full house and the foyer was very crowded. Margit and Jirka played music and Liz served Aquavit (but not the 6th form students)

We used a bit of time in Cambridge (as we were there for two days) to take some more pictures of the show - thanks Jirka (and Elke) for this one. It shows Captain Mathiasen suffering terrible visions out at sea.

We also did a bit of rehearsing and some more messing around with languages.

On Monday Margit had a splinter in her foot - luckily Jirka can fix anything.... except the financial crisis.

Thanks to everyone who came to see the show in in the UK - we had a great time and kept on working and developing the show.

From Alex Byrne - NIE's Artistic Director.

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