The Burning Gadulka
  • Brighton Fringe

With humour and sarcasm, a musician tells a story about his relationship with the Gadulka - an instrument often overlooked and unremarkable in its appearance. By blaming the Gadulka and undermining its functionality and significance, the Gadulka player reveals the similarities between himself and the instrument. He takes us on a journey through the mysteries and fear we all face on a daily basis. We encounter a story about foundations, foundations which we inevitably take for granted, until the moment they disappear, and we have the feeling that we are disappearing as well.