The Letter

3
Thu, 22nd Aug 19
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe

Paolo Nani brings his famous show to the Fringe, a show that has been a couple of decades in the making and been seen and received awards in 45 countries with around 1,600 performances. There is a basic, wordless, sketch in which he writes a letter - this is then repeated in 14 different versions such as "silent film", "western", "no arms", "horror", "backwards" etc. Extremely clever and with many points of amusement and a few genuine laughs this did begin to pale a bit for me around half way through.


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