We all, at times, want to run away. Remove ourselves from society. Where might we run to?
Babel’s newest production invites the audience to experience the world of one of Dostoyevsky’s notorious characters, only really ever known as: The Underground Man.
As he drags the audience on an obscure journey through his own analysis of the human psyche in a tantalisingly strange landscape blitzed with stunning images, deliciously obscure text and a penchant for the ridiculous, he and audience members along with him are forced to question their places in today’s society.