The London International Mime Festival launched yesterday, bringing the best of wordless theatre from around the globe to London for 2 weeks of funny, spooky and exciting performances.
The programme is jam-packed and shows are taking place at various venues across the city. You can see the full listings here.
Founded in 1970, the International Mime Festival London is a very popular event showcasing cutting edge theatre spanning a huge spectrum – from live art and object theatre to puppetry, physical theatre and new circus.
We are particularly taken with Savannah: A Possible Landscape by Amit Drori. Mesmerizing, hand-crafted, mechanical sculptures including elephants, snakes, turtles and birds journey through a beautiful African landscape in a touching story which reflects human feelings and imagination.