The Cows Come Home is an enigmatic experience that resonates in some place deeper and stranger than the intellect.
Chi Chi Bunichi is a devised ensemble performance exploring the resonant qualities of Ladino, a dying language once widely spoken throughout the Balkans, but now surviving only in songs.
A Place at the Table has a couple of rock-solid concepts - the subject matter and staging - at its heart, but glommed around them is a mass of shiny little distractions that serve only to obscure the truths verbatim theatre is supposed to expose.
Jack Pratchard is a brilliant feat of storytelling, with a timeless feel and an imaginative use of theatrical medium.
Idle Motion's ability to transform a tiny, empty square into a detailed, textured and low-tech landscape of the imaginary, bodes well for future work with greater resources.