An eccentric guide escorts the public around a surreal exhibition, designed to surprise and astound. Established 17 years ago, this show has been performed around the world, but, strangely, never in London.
The humble Thermos flask is shown in numerous contexts, such as the famous ‘Picnic scene’, and also ‘Thermos at War’. These tableaux are explained by a disillusioned museum curator, who has no interest in Thermoses.
“Nothing says Edinburgh Fringe like The Thermos Museum” (The Times)