Arts & Culture

London’s International Mime Festival puts the focus on UK talent

The London International Mime Festival returns to stages in the capital this week.

The UK’s annual festival of contemporary visual theatre was held entirely online last year. For the first time since it was founded, more than 40 years ago, this year’s edition is dominated by work made in the UK.

Henry has been speaking to the festival’s Co Artistic Director.

The London International Mime Festival is on until 6 February.

Alicia Edwards 11th January 2022

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