Nowhere – Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Writer & Director: Andy Arnold

Reviewer: Rachel Watson

Nowhere is definitely something original. This immersive, innovative show takes its audience on a tour around Glasgow’s vibrant Tron Theatre, making use of all the space and giving a better insight of the theatre than ever before.

Conceived and orchestrated by Andy Arnold, this 50-minute play introduces you to a variety of different characters and scenes. The performance is delivered to different groups and the scenes designed to be seen in any order. It’s like sitting down to do a jigsaw puzzle only to find that you have pieces from 10 different jigsaws, but the scenes themselves are so peculiar that it doesn’t seem to matter at all.

The actors are fantastic and never break character, some are menacing, some intriguing and some downright creepy, but this only helps to draw the audience in more, every character bringing something new.

The idea of having multiple performances in one seems like a strange one, and this definitely is a very strange play, but the way it is executed is phenomenally entertaining and ridiculous all in one. Highly recommended.

Reviewed on 25 February 2017 | Image: Contributed 

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