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REVIEW: How a Man Crumbled at the Mimetic Festival

Welcome to the fascinatingly absurd mind of Russian poet, Daniil Kharms. Staged to take the form of a stream of consciousness, the How a Man Crumbled brilliantly lifts the lid on the mind, putting the occurrence of obtrusive thoughts and wandering strands of attention centre...

REVIEW: Where the White Stops in Mimetic 2, Mimetic Festival

In another time and in another place, Where the White Stops could have been called The Crab and The Narwhal, a folk story passed from generation to generation and between tribes around the Arctic circle. Of course it isn’t; it’s a modern play from a...