The Wanderer and 25 other parts, The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other, National Theatre

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The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other is a one-act play without words written by Peter Handke.  The play has 450 characters and focuses on a day in the life of an unspecified town square. It was first performed in 1992.


"Even as a committed text junkie, I find myself moved and exhilarated by this extraordinary piece of epic mime: it offers a panoramic image of human continuity that would be difficult to achieve through words alone"

Michael Billington, The Guardian


See an introduction the the National Theatre performance here

Freddie Fellowes, Noises Off, Ambassador Theatre Group, UK tour