Review: The Delusion of Home – Summerhall, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Thursday August 23 2018

Three Stars

This multiform production from Taiwan’s Our Theatre lasts only 50 minutes, but it manages to squeeze in references to everything from Shakespeare to Taoist funeral ceremonies in its portrayal of the declining communities of the country’s southern coastline. If the show’s eclecticism doesn’t ultimately cohere, it does feature some arresting images and moving vignettes that offer a rare insight into a marginalised way of life.

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