A truly magical piece of theatre which is well worth seeing…
Every so often, something really special lands in London which you’d probably miss, if it wasn’t for that someone who excitedly tells you about it, enthusing over how good it is and urging you to see it.
I am that person; I’m asking you to take a leap of faith, jump on a Northbound tube tonight and head to the Jacksons Lane Theatre in Highgate to watch Kinesonic. You have one day left to see it -tonight is the final night it’s being performed and I promise you London; you won’t regret it.
I went last night. I was tired from work and my sofa was trying to seduce me, but something in the back of my mind made me leave the flat (it was my housemate, telling me to leave my flat). Much to my delight, the theatre is opposite the exit to the tube station, so the whole affair was dead easy.
As the house lights dimmed and the audience silenced, the start of what was a forty-five minute brilliant piece of theatrical art began. It’s endearing, impressive, mesmerising, gripping and utterly beautiful. Telling a tale of friendship by using music and sound scapes in place of a script, you’ll be captivated by an array of circus skills, physical theatre, musicality and humourous narrative. I went feeling skeptical and left feeling so pleased I’d gone, knowing I had to tell as many people over the next few hours to do the same, in time for their last show.
Best part? It only costs a fiver.
Kinesonic is on tonight (26th Sept) at Jacksons Lane Theatre, Highbury at 8pm for one final show.
Click here for more info.