17:45, Thu 3rd – Mon 14th August 2006 at C Cubed Edinburgh Fringe
17:45, Wed 16th – Mon 28th August 2006 at C Cubed Edinburgh Fringe
'A letter which never reached Russia' is an Edinburgh show devised from the short stories of Vladimir Nabokov. Following in the footsteps of 'The Calvino Project', this production uses puppetry, physical theatre, slapstick, mime, mask-work, circus skills and scripting. Four of Nabokov's stories will be used to craft an exciting collaborative narrative, ranging from dragons, fables, bittersweet tales of love and loss, from horror to a connoisseur's samplings of the table of human folly. With an original score and design scheme.