Ever since it premiered at The Old Vic in London in 2016, the rumour mill has been rife with talk about if and when Tim Minchin’s musical...
The Blind and The Intruder transfers to Tabard
Tarquin Productions transfers The Blind / The Intruder , a double bill by Maurice Maeterlinck, to The Tabard Theatre, an 80-seat fringe venue, in Chiswick, west London, 22 May to 1 June 2013, following a run at the Old Red Lion last month.
THE BLIND places us amongst a group of blind people in a wasteland, abandoned by their guide, searching for any clues to their whereabouts. Lost, lonely and scared, they are prepared to put their faith in anyone - or anything - that may help them, even if they cannot see the consequences of their actions.
THE INTRUDER follows a household in crisis. As the Mother lies ill after childbirth and the family sit waiting for any news, the blind Grandfather hears a presence amongst them that none of the family can see. As the presence becomes more noticeable, are there greater forces at work than merely an old man's imagination?