Theatre |
24th October 2012

Edinburgh Fringe sensations Idle Motion return to Kendal with a stunning piece of visual theatre exploring the life of writer Jorge Luis Borges.

This evocative production focuses on a couple who meet at a reading group, brought together by their shared love of literature and uses imaginative staging and inventive storytelling to recreate Borges’ life, his work and his readership, revealing a vivid portrait of a man on the brink of blindness.                                                                                                                          

“A poetic and visual feast” The Stage




Under 18’s! Experience the thrill of live theatre but only pay what you can afford whether its 10p or a tenner!


Borges & I explores the life of Borges, a philosophical writer of imaginative myths, through the blossoming relationship between two reading fans who meet at a book club.

Idle Motion Theatre Company are famous for their unique and inventive visual style of performance and the actors use multimedia, props and costumes to conjure up a world of labyrinths, tigers and a fantasy universe of libraries.

Appearing on Wed 24 October at 8pm.  The Pay What You Can offer is only available at box office on the night of the performance.  For details call 01539 725133.



24th October 2012

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