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Sense and nonsense examined in comedy

PUBLISHED: 14:19 12 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:26 01 August 2010

THE shifting borderlands between sense and nonsense will be examined in a colourful comedy-thriller at The Cut this evening. Comic theatre and film company Forkbeard Fantasy is bringing its new show The Colour of Nonsense to Halesworth.

THE shifting borderlands between sense and nonsense will be examined in a colourful comedy-thriller at The Cut this evening. Comic theatre and film company Forkbeard Fantasy is bringing its new show The Colour of Nonsense to Halesworth.

The performance is about a priceless “invisible” artwork and the chaos that follows its theft.

With Forkbeard's famed mix of visual trickery, film and outlandish storylines, The Colour of Nonsense burrows into the puzzle of why we see the way we see.

With nods at Edward Lear and The Emperor's New Clothes, Forkbeard's new comedy explores the highs and lows of creativity.

Forkbeard's theatre shows combine comedy with special effects, wild mechanical sets, outsized characters, and its unique trademark interactive mix of film, animation and cartoon live on stage.

Its productions tour the length and breadth of the UK and it has appeared across the world.

As well as theatre shows, the company creates and tours elaborate interactive exhibitions, films and animated cartoons. The hugely popular retrospective exhibition Forkbeard: Architects of Fantasy enjoyed a two-year run at London's Theatre Museum attracting over 380,000 visitors.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £12 or £10 from 0845 673 2123 or boxoffice@newcut.org. For more information visit www.forkbeardfantasy.co.uk.

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