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Wall of death
February 5, 2010, 8:05 pm
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The National Theatre of Scotland strive to create productions that challenge the very perception of theatre itself. Last night I was lucky enough to catch the preview of Wall of Death: A Way of Life at Glasgow’s SECC. The show combines a zoetrope extravaganza by visual artist Stephen Skrynka, the thrilling (and nail biting) sight of the Ken Fox Troupe riding the Wall of Death, and an audio visual experience that explains how these two worlds met. A must see for anyone with a pulse.

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