“If A happens to the child, does it follow that B happens to the adult?”
As the memories of former patients collide violently with her own, a child psychologist attempts to record what she’s spent her whole life trying to forget.
But when time begins to loosen its grip, and her recording equipment begins to argue back, we hear the inner workings of a mind on the brink of collapse.
“Did you hear it? When it went? Just so I can listen out for it. I want to know what sound it makes.”
Using wireless headphones and a microphone called Frank, award-winning theatre company Living Record Productions create a sensory and cinematic reverie on consciousness, mortality, and the tales we’ve all survived to tell. Written by multi-award-winning playwright Jodi Gray.
The Scotsman **** “Put on your headphones and plunge into the hidden creases and distant corners of the brain”
Fringe Review MUST SEE SHOW “Made me think of my life, my journey, my moment of innocence-breaking”
EdFringeReview ***** “A surreal experience of being amongst many, yet feeling alone”
Produced in collaboration with Spun Glass Theatre. Supported by Arts Council, England, and Theatre in the Mill, Bradford.