Based on Caroline Brothers' "Hinterland", this immersive show takes audiences on a journey.
Two orphans, Aryan and Kabir, travel across Europe with the little they have in search of refuge. This sensory story is told immersively: solo seating, headphones and intricate models bring the epic journey to life. Flight is brought to the stage by Candice Edmunds and Jamie Harrison, the magic and illusion designer for "Harry Potter and The Cursed Child" in the West End.
Gently yet insistently confronting, it leaves you reeling, the isolation of the viewing experience ramping up the overwhelming sensory effect. A stunning work of art — and an essential story for our unequal and divided world.