Commissioned by SPILL Festival 2011 at the Barbican, London and having been performed all over Europe, Australia and the UK, creative performer Sylvia Rimat promises a performance that you won't forget. Centred around memory and how the human psyche works, the show explores how we remember things and ultimately, our ego's deepest desire to be remembered.
With video interviews from Bristol University neuroscientists as well as professional hypnotherapists and psychologists, you can also expect to see a bear in red heels, a live owl and many other peculiar sights. By the end of the performance, Rimat's audience will have erased the fine line between what is real and what is imagined. Prepare to be blown away by your very own mind.
Tickets can be purchased via the link at the end of the webpage found here as well as more information on this event. This performance is in English.