The wet weather may have returned, but that just becomes an excuse to get inside. Here are three shows we think you should not miss this week:
[dropcap]1[/dropcap]James & Jamesy are back at it, serving up their unique brand of comedy with a nice ‘cuppa. In High Tea (Sep 24 – Oct 4) a catastrophic disaster floods the world in tea, and it is up to James & Jamesy to save the day. Darlings of the Fringe Festival circuit, Aaron Malkin and Alastair Knowles are masters of physical comedy in a show that is full of genuine surprises.
[dropcap]2[/dropcap]Donna Redlick Dance, in partnership with the Roundhouse Community Centre, takes dance to an immersive experience with Body As Site (Sep 25 & 26) with a dynamic dance installation event where audience can explore, move, and shift in the exhibition space to view in a multitude of ways, the building of the installations.
[dropcap]3[/dropcap]Daryl Shuttleworth and Lucia Frangione star in the Canadian premiere of Sharr White’s Annapurna (Sep 26-Oct 10). A story of love and forgiveness, Annapurna tells the story of the cowboy-poet Ulysses who becomes terminally ill and is reunited with his estranged wife for a final reckoning. Their reunion, charged by rage and compassion, brings back the worst and best of their former bond.