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Tipping Point by Ockham's Razor

Friday 13 May 2016 to Sunday 15 May 2016
Cambridge Corn Exchange - CB2 3QE
Ockham's Razor return with their new full length production Tipping Point.

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Ockham's Razor Running time

75 minutes, without an interval

Tipping Point is set in the round; the audience drawn in close, as the action veers from catastrophe to mastery.  The five performers, enclosed within the circle of the stage, transform simple metal poles into a rich landscape of images.

Poles are balanced on fingertips, hung from the roof, lashed, climbed, swung from and walked along, they become forests, cross roads and pendulums. The performers balance, climb and cling to this teetering world, supporting each other as they wrestle with the moment when things begin to shift. They must decide whether to rail against the chaos, struggling to exert order on a disordered world, or ride it out, allowing life to tilt towards the tipping point.

Tipping Point features a multi-layered surround sound musical landscape especially composed by Adem Ilhan & Quinta who have previously worked with Radiohead, Hot Chip and Bat For Lashes.

“a miracle of co-operation” The Guardian
“physically thrilling”  The Sunday Times
“daring aerial theatre”  The Independent

Ockham’s Razor produced by Turtle Key Arts presents Tipping Point. Co-commissioned by London International Mime Festival and The Lowry, Salford Quays. Supported by Dance City, Harlow Playhouse, artsdepot & Lincoln Drill Hall.