Naked and blindfolded men turn heads in High Street, Swansea
IF you're walking on High Street today, and wondering why an almost-naked and blindfolded man are standing in a shop window - look no further to solve the mystery.
The pair are part of theatre partnership, Fragility, which is hosting two productions at Volcano tonight and tomorrow.
Andrew Silverwood, star of My First Ten Sexual Failures and other stories about growing up, said: "The two productions are part of our series called Love and Stuff.
"My production was a sell out show at the Prague and Stockhold Fringe Festivals and will be shown at Volcano tonight from 7.45pm."
Passeistes, by James Grice, will be performed at the venue tomorrow, from 9pm.
That show is a delicate account of aspects of sexuality and James was dressed in a suit, heels and blindfold in the window of the venue this afternoon.
Tomorrow morning, from 10am, the company - which includes new member, Jasmin Machintosh - are also hosting a Play Date event, a workshop about making physical and biographical theatre through games.
Each event is a fundraising endeavour for the company, who are hoping to collabotate with a New York-based theatre company.
Anyone wishing to attend the play date event, which costs £25, will have a £5 discount if they mention the Evening Post.