In The Possible Impossible House the rooms are constantly shifting. Beds complain about the dark and chairs whisper mischievous stories. The creaky plumbing sings and clatters, and there's a talking door that won't open. Getting lost is easy here, but if you follow the lights, so is finding the way out
Unexpected, comical and subversive, the work of Forced Entertainment has blazed a trail in contemporary theatre over the past 30 years. This winter the group collaborates with visual artist Vlatka Horvat on its first show conceived for young people. Projected collages merge with live sound effects and performance to convey the world inside a most unusual house.