mind adventures

an experimental theatre company set up in sri lanka in 1999.

‘Equus’ production details








The British School Auditorium

18 to 21, 24 and 26 to 28 October 2007

7.30 pm

Telephone: 0773 22 22 05 for details

Tickets Rs1000, 750 & 500 available at the British Council (Monday to Saturday 9a.m. to 6p.m.)



the wrap factory (Monday to Saturday 10a.m. to 6p.m.)

75a Kynsey Road, Borella.

(where parking is freely available)

Equus is a play for mature audiences. It is not a play for children.



  Ruvin wrote @

Gotta say that this was an amazing experience. The play was superb and i was so moved… i don’t know whether ‘moved’ is the right word but basically it made me talk about the play the whole night until i got home… and then i started thinking about it.

Lights were so fucking beautiful… i have never ever seen something like it.. hats off to the lights crew!

The only thing i didn’t get was, why the horses walked creepily before their scene… maybe it was me but because of that i quivered a little… but still i was up on my seat.

Sometimes i didn’t even realize Mihiri was next to me. add to that she was also wearing a very short dress… hehe….

Bravo Bravo Bravo… Equus!!!

  daytripper wrote @

thanks ruvin. the lighting was designed by thushan dias, who is an absolute perfectionist. we moved into the theatre on the 8th and he spent a lot of time working on getting it exactly right.

the horses are supposed to move a little ritualistically – it’s called for in the script. the intended effect is supposed to unsettle you a bit.

so glad you were moved by it, which word is fine by me dude : )

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