In 1970s Norway, an arsonist targets a small town for one long, terrifying month. As homes are burnt to cinders, panic spreads and neighbours wonder who amongst them could cause such fear and anguish. Years later a young man becomes haunted by the story.
Plexus Polaire’s production crackles and burns fiercely, but there is pity and tenderness in this captivating narrative which will stay long in the memory..
Norwegian director Yngvild Aspeli studied theatre at the Lecoq School in Paris before attending France’s prestigious international puppetry school, ESNAM in Charleville-Mézières. She has worked with puppetry and physical theatre companies in England, France and Norway.
This visit to London is supported by