Lost in Blue
A man, deep in a coma, hides out in the bedroom of Vincent Van Gogh while his teenage daughter struggles to understand her part in the accident that put him there. Paintings, pigeon racing and a family about to implode meet in this vital, gripping story, told using innovative sound technology and gatecrashed by Vincent himself. Moving and funny, Lost in Blue is a dynamic fusion of spoken word and performance storytelling created and performed by Debs Newbold, Storyteller for Shakespeare’s Globe, and directed by John Wright, co-founder of Told by an Idiot.
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