improvised theatre

October 15, 2003

Asha's Mind

Yesterday's show demonstrated the way in which Out of Your Mind has developed from its early, edgy dramatic style.

In short: biscuit riots break out in the M25 community, causing problems for the ministry of boredom.

In the world which the Uncertainty Division created, scientists siphoned boredom from the pelvic regions of a man in a box, "roadkill" was the name given to people attacked while lecturing on biscuit produce in the middle of the M25, and football hooligans walked around arm in arm and chatted pleasantly about violence.

Even Enid Blyton couldn't have come up with this stuff.

Posted by James Lark at October 15, 2003 09:39 AM

As Asha pointed out, thats not in fact how her name is spelt. But i suppose she didn't offer an alternative, so tant pis.

Posted by: Susie at October 15, 2003 02:00 PM

Tant pis? Are we allowed to use language like that on the website?

Posted by: James Lark at October 15, 2003 02:08 PM

Its FRENCH. so its not rude, its erudite.

Posted by: Susie at October 15, 2003 06:24 PM