Fringe Preview: Blind Man's Song - Pleasance Dome

After a sell-out run at the 2015 London International Mime Festival, Theatre Re (The Gambler, The Little Soldiers) presents Blind Man's Song, a wordless tale about the power of imagination that blends together physical theatre, mime, sound, illusion and a beautifully lyrical live music score.

As an old blind man takes unsteady steps around a room, he recalls an encounter that triggers his memories and imagination and, a story of love, courage, hope and unquenchable vision unfolds. Blind Man’s Song is a tale about one man’s rage against his world of darkness.

Inspired by the paintings of René Magritte, the dead-end world of Samuel Beckett and interviews with blind and visually-impaired people, it witnesses the power of the body to communicate without words. This powerful production is sure to enthral audiences at the Fringe.


Pleasance Dome(King Dome), 1 Bristo Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9AL
Thursday 6th – Sunday 30th August 2015, 3.30pm
For tickets and information: Blind Man's Song