City Academy Norwich Review: Philippe Quesne/ Vivarium Studio L’Effet de Serge
During the festival City Academy Norwich students will be reviewing some of the events for the Evening News. Here is what they thought of two of them:
L'effet de serge was funny and scary in parts because they had a firework on a stick. It blew my mind! Spellbound. The best bit was when Serge did a little show and his friend gave comments to him after. It was a bit boring watching Serge sit watching TV.
James Kirby, 11.
The performance is a very unique approach to drama. Although there is not much acting you can connect with the characters, it's like your a member of the cast. The performance is strange it gives me different ideas about how I see drama.
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Genevieve Richardson, 12.
Action spoke in this and took the place of words. Serge's life portrayed a sense of abnormality in many places and he was probably trying to make it better. It was very awkward sometimes when his guests came.
Ella Brant, 11.
NNF11 runs until May 21. Book online at www.nnfestvial.org.uk/nnf11, or call 01603 766400 or visit the Norwich Theatre Royal box office.