ED2016 4/5 Reviews ED2016 Theatre Reviews

Gulliver’s Travels (Familia De La Noche)

By | Published on Sunday 14 August 2016

Gulliver's Travels Ed2016

Familia De La Noche have returned to the Fringe with a surprisingly family friendly production, full of humour and delightful details. Puppets become tiny Lilliputians, actors become giants, whole worlds are created in seconds. The story takes place shortly after eccentric traveller Lemuel Gulliver’s death. His daughter is ready to throw out his belongings but, in a series of flashbacks, Gulliver’s assistant shows her the value of each one. It’s a play about adventures, about memories and how we keep those alive: sometimes logic and proof need to be replaced with awe and wonder. ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is enchanting, colourful and silly – perfect for children who like jokes about bogies, and adults who still believe in magic and mystery.

Pleasance Courtyard, until 29 Aug.
tw rating 4/5 | [Gemma Scott]


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