Review of Mrs Horton's Finger - Ovalhouse work-in-progress

From the moment you enter the muslin-curtained little world of Mrs Horton’s Finger to take your seat among the stools arranged haphazardly inside, you know this is going to be something rather different from the norm. After a long, pregnant silence sitting nervously in the dark, unsure of which direction to face, a soft and mysterious disembodied voice echoes around the space, the voice of a woman who seems as unsure of what is going on as we are. Then enters our guide, the delightfully dotty Carmella (Benedict Hopper), bright red wig and colourful dress making her look like an oversized ragdoll, welcoming us into her weird and wonderful world. Inspired by the surreal works of Leonora Carrin

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