At Arm’s Length is a lovely and charming story of share houses, salsa dancing and Mi Goreng.
Else, Ollie and Clare live together in a typical student house. With clothes strewn everywhere and a regular diet of noodles and booze, their world changes when Elsa brings Tommy home one night. Using a blend of text and dance to tell the story, the play, which is written, directed and choreographed by Lucy Pitt, is essentially an hilarious love story.
Performed by Victoria Bennet, Patrick Durnan Silva, Jacqui Essing and Riley Pullen, the four performers have a wonderful chemistry that is enchanting and engaging, with Durnan Silva being a particular highlight. This is a genuinely funny show that showcases a group of talented young artists.