Recommended for emotionally mature children only, their performance of Infinita explores the reality of growing up, with slapstick humour poignant and acute observation to have families giggling and squirming in their seats.
Three feuding kids, squabbling in their cots, are joined by the audience in later life as residents in an old people's home. The churlish nursery games of one-upmanship have barely changed, and the craftiest 'child' still comes out on top all those years later.
This is a moving and funny mime about birth, life and sex, and old age - all without a word spoken.
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LIMF recommends this show for ages 7+, but we suggest taking children over the age of 10 as it's set to be a boundary pushing performance.
|What||Famile Floez: Infinita, Peacock Theatre|
|Where||Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HT | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Temple (underground)|
28 Jan 16 – 30 Jan 16, Thu & Fri 7.30pm, Sat 6pm
|Price||£15 - £29|
|Website||Click here to book via Mime London|