They also used paint and glitter and food, which created a sense of fun in the play. At one point, all the characters and musicians had a big food fight, which also got the audience involved, as they threw some of the food out to the audience. They also threw something up near where I was sitting, which was very exciting to witness.
The actors were also extremely energetic and mobile on the stage, using up every available space. They even had fake walls that the actors smashed their way through - and although it looked very painful, they were only made out of paper. They even had a fake floor at the front of the stage, which one actor fell through, making the audience think it was an accident, so we all leaned forward to see if he was hurt, but we soon found out it wasn't a mistake.
Then, after the show, I went looking for a place to eat. Sadly there were no decent restaurants open, so I thought maybe a pizza place or Starbucks could serve me something. But it turned out they were both not really open either. So I ended up going to a pub. Which I have a few pics of, which I took whilst I was there.
Here's the cappuccino and packet of Cheese and Onion crisps I had at the pub. I don't drink you see, so I wasn't going to get any alcohol. And they'd stopped serving proper meals by that stage.
This was the wine list. I only took a pic of this because it says Chardonnay on it, which is what Kim likes to drink in Kath & Kim. But she calls it Cardonnay.
And here is part of the pub, where there are stairs that go down to the toilets. And the toilets (the girls ones) are lovely. They've got great big mirrors, and lots of little spotlights in the ceiling.
Also, I'm sure you'd like to see the programme of the play I saw.
And here it is. Beautiful, isn't it?
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Lots of bloggin' love, and kisses, Ss1. xxx