Open Sky Theatre presents ‘The Disappearing Act’, which tells the tale of magician’s assistant Edie Rose, who on the eve of her sixtieth year is finally hosting her own show. To assist, she conjures up two younger versions of herself, and together they re-examine the loves, hopes and losses of her life using dark and mysterious magic.

‘The Disappearing Act’ is combination of perspectives, from the hopefulness of youth, the wisdom of experience to the disappearing act of aging which blends new writing with visual physical theatre.

The show takes place at The Hive, Shrewsbury on Sunday 8 March. Tickets are £12; visit artsalive.co.uk or call 01743 234970.

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