After a day of relentless rain (I personally changed clothes three times and boots once to prepare the Woodland Pavilion for a potentially soggy night of outdoor theatre) Hijinx humbly arrived and set the stage for 'The Adventures of Sancho Panza.'

The performance was warm and witty and worked so beautifully on our little wooden stage in the woods. The audience laughed and laughed as we were all carried along a ridiculous journey of the awakening of a young man to his destiny. Love song 'battles' complete with caller and response physical theatre with the audience!

Hijinx adapted their show to make it work at the Woodland Pavilion but I can't believe it was the worse for the changes. The show was a great example of how architecture can function as a framework and platform for site-specific performance.

Great thanks to all involved and to Noson Allan for supporting the event and to Mach Fringe and Rosie Leach of Green Stage for putting the show on.

www.hijinx.org.uk

www.woodlandpavilion.org

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