In The Playhouse Gallery
Reassembled is a mind-blowing autobiographical, audio-based performance about one women's experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection, her journey through rehabilitation and living with an acquired brain injury.
Audiences experience this unique performance individually, lying on hospital beds, wearing eye masks and headphones. Cutting edge audio technology lets listeners feel they are inside Shannon's head, experiencing her descent into coma, her brain surgeries, her early days of rehabilitation in hospital and her re-integration into the world with a hidden disability.
A completely new kind of storytelling; a story of discovery and humour; but above all, hope.
Please note- Audience numbers are limited for these performances- early booking advised.
On Thursday 14th May at 7.30pm there is also the opportunity to attend a free talk from writer Shannon Yee and Paul Stapleton, the sound artist who helped create ‘Reassembled, Slightly Askew'. The talk will cover the development of ‘Reassembled...', as well as Shannon's own medical experiences which led to the creation of the piece in the first place.Tickets: £5