• Ockham's Razor: Not Until We Are Lost

    Ockham's Razor, Not Until We Are Lost

    Apparently inspired at its conception by the Henry David Thoreau quote 'Not until we are lost do we begin to find ourselves', Ockham's Razor's latest show is perhaps the most abstract the company has produced: a promenade piece that places the audience around and among a changing landscape of bespoke aerial structures, where the more literal/linear narratives from past productions are replaced by a series of vignettes testing assumptions of perspective and relation. Each performance is also accompanied by a 20-strong community choir singing an original score composed by Graham Fitkin, with harpist Ruth Wall providing live accompaniment.

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