Ray Bradbury’s 2116
- Suzanne Black
- 12 August 2010
This article is from 2010.
A dreamy fairytale about the perils of creating perfection
Creepy. Macabre. Childish. Puppets are dangerously captivating. In this new musical by speculative fiction guru Ray Bradbury Mr Marionette leads a dreamy gothic fairytale about the perils of creating perfection. The production, masterminded by Gallimaufry Performing Arts’ Steve Josephson, offers quality songs, great dancing and a Tim Burton-esque aesthetic. The second act, written by Josephson jars a little, but is ultimately more rewarding, revealing who is really pulling the strings.
C Plaza, 0845 260 1234, until 29 Aug (not 17), 9pm, £9.50–£11.50 (£8.50–£10.50).