As audience members, we are trained to see and hear, but what if you take away one of those senses. That is what Belt Up is doing with their late night Dreamscape experiences. By blindfolding all audience participants upon entry, the ensemble exploits the heightened other senses of each audience members to charming and eerie effects. My personal experience was very tactile, with performers dancing with me, handing me balloons, and eventually tucking me into bed. But the sonic experience is equally as interesting, both with prerecorded music and various performers playing instruments or talking quietly to individuals. The entire experience is so non-linear and not narrative that everyones reaction will be personal as their interactions will be quite personal. But it is theatre like this which engages the mind to fill in the gaps even more than usually necessary, and thats what makes it fun. For a Fringe where the Belt Up ensemble has been VERY aggressive with their programming (but to varying degrees of success), its fun to see that their playtime is as fun for them as it is for us. As for the details, this show is not on the official Fringe schedule and it only happens from Wednesday through Saturday nights in their space, The House Above (in C SoCo), it also has a strict limit of ten audience members per night. The £5 admission will also get you into their theme party of the evening (which is usually a pretty good time as well!).