Painting, Sketching & Enjoying Arts

Sun & Sea

I didn’t know what to expect. A theater outside London center with a performance about Sun & Sea. So what is it really? In the first place it is very hot and very crowded. The visitors are on a balcony looking down at a orchestrated beach scene. There are children playing, a dog is running around, people come and go, read books or sketch or simply talk.

It all looks very familiar. And then there is suddenly music or maybe it is more a sound. Someone starts to sing. Another one joins. Then it stops as if nothing has happened.

The whole show lasts about one hour and then it is repeated.

The longer you stay the more surrealistic the whole scene becomes. And then you start to listen to the text. It is about climate change. It is about our planet.

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