The all-encompassing art extravaganza runs for 10 days in total and boasts a line up ranging from spoken word and dance to theatre and big name music acts. Days seven and eight provided a healthy dose of each.
Here are some of select picks from the past couple of days at Hidden Door. As ever, we unfortunately weren’t able to get to everything due to the laws of space and time – but what we did see left a great impression.
Hidden Door ends on Sunday June 4, so if you’ve not gotten along yet, there’s still time… and seriously, what are you waiting for?
Hidden Door 2017: Day Seven
Grid Iron’s ‘South Bend'
The theatre production follows a man who flies across the world to Indiana to meet the woman he had fallen in love with, only to find that in the months between their meetings she has changed.
South Bend is all about the journey; whether it’s the protagonist’s, that of the truck driver who picks him up or the journey the audience goes through during the production.
“A road movie for the stage of hope, of love, of Eddie Izzard and an AIDS blanket, of the ghetto and a false kinship and poverty and riches.” Curious yet?