I bumped into an unusual poster for Nottingham’s pantomime today, which proclaimed to the world that it featured Joe Pasquale and “special 3D effects!”
This raises two questions:
1. How do you add the requisite extra two dimensions to Joe Pasquale’s comedy?
2. Surely all theatre is three dimensional, consisting as it does of real, three dimensional people on a real, three dimensional stage. What on earth could this mean?
Let me know in the comments if you feel the Chrlog would be well served by offering a 3D option.