Japanese mime artist Yosuke Ikeda wowed audiences at the 2014 Funny Festival with his unique take on mime and music. He returns to the Baxter theatre in 2020.
As an artist, Yosuke represents a totally new style of performance – crossing language and cultural boundaries with his unique ability to blend mime with graphic and acoustic arts.
He is best known for ”Hello Goodbye” – based on the famous song by The Beatles, but he is world-renowned for his surprisingly precise and sophisticated performances.
Yosuke has performed at street festivals, and in comedy theaters and club houses around the world.