Set in Hollywood in 1951, a major studio "fixer" has to sort out the mess when their top star is kidnapped from the set of a high-budget, Jesus-drama.
A teacher escapes to a remote fishing village in Iceland for the summer to live out his comfortable spiral of exercise, alcoholicism and Portugese lessons.
A folk singer struggling to eke out a living is supported by friends as his emergence in the music scene tests his ambitious resolve.
This absurdist comedy is a blend of dance, choreographed movement, physical theatre and mime, inspired by the film by the Coen brothers, Barton Fink. This was a fun, family friendly night that was over all too quickly, and definitely proved a big winner with everybody from the youngest to the oldest in the audience alike.
Thoroughly enjoyable and compelling viewing in this ode to the western by the infamous Coen Brothers.