Fahrenheit 451 (2 stars)

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This article is from 2009.

Fahrenheit 451

The Prodigy’s ‘Firestarter’ opens this cautionary tale set in a future envisaged by Ray Bradbury, where books are burned for fear of independent thought. The track sets the tone for a production in which performances make up for in gusto what they can lack in finesse, and while some well-executed physical theatre adds an imaginative twist it doesn’t quite salvage the piece from mediocrity.

The Vault, 510 0022, until 22 Aug, 12.15pm, £9 (£7).

This article is from 2009.

Fahrenheit 451

  • 2 stars

Fahrenheit 451 illustrates the dangers of censorship in a dystopian future. ExADUS' ensemble style uses physical theatre to relateRay Bradbury's tale ofafire starter in a fear-addicted world that destroys free thought and promotes ignorance.

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