Final week of Air Hotel show in Norfolk forest


The Air Hotel is a cross between a theatre show, a hotel and a campsite. Guests stay overnight in a "hotel" made up of a series of "pods" hung from trees in a forest in Norfolk.

They are brought to their rooms by hotel staff dressed in space-age costumes, and are put through a bizarre series of rituals, until they start to wonder if all is as it seems.

The show was dreamt up by a Belgian artists' collective called Time Circus and is part of the Norfolk and Norwich festival.

A Time Circus member, Sarah Dandois, took the BBC World Service on a tour of the "set".

Video production by Daniel Gordon

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