Paul Collingwood and Graeme Swann engage in some combat mime sparring

Combat mime is a form of theatrical art whereby two combatants battle one another by expressing certain physical actions without sound.

Here Paul Collingwood and Graeme Swann are locked in a stirring head-to-head, where both combatants are doing ‘the window’.

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Shortly after this picture was taken, Paul Collingwood opened his imaginary window straight into Graeme Swann’s jaw, forcing Swann to escape up an imaginary ladder.


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5 Appeals

  1. King Cricket

    November 2, 2007 at 4:45 pm

    What a disappointingly quiet Friday.

  2. Yes, isn’t it? They’re probably all out living normal lives.

  3. Was the window followed by the infamous “walking into the wind” routine? Bloody mime artists. Like those annoying buggers who follow you along the street, and then freeze when you turn around to stare at them.

  4. King Cricket

    November 3, 2007 at 1:41 pm

    Pickpockets?

  5. Yeah maybe – perhaps I’ve been misjudging them 🙂

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