By David Pownall.
Georges Melies, the father of film fantasy, paved the way for modern cinema back in 1890s PARIS.
In his most famous film, a spaceship in the shape of a cannon shell lands in the eye of the man in the moon.
A colourful new play that looks at this dazzling innovator and compulsive seducer who typified the belle epoque.
With Henry Goodman and Julian Rhind-tutt.
Director: Graham Frost