' one of the most life-affirming, extraordinary pieces of theatre I've seen' The Independent on Interiors
This new work from Vanishing Point explores what it is to grow old and be cared for, in a world where myth and spirituality have been subsumed by what we all know to be true - that we are born, we live and we die.
Using its distinctive visual imagination, Vanishing Point explores this subject through the dreamlike scenario of a young man who suddenly finds himself in an alarmingly unfamiliar place. A place where everyone seems to know him and where strange rules apply. Where everyone seems to have his best interests at heart, but he is not at liberty to leave.
A major international co-production, Tomorrow is a striking meditation on growing old, dementia, needing care and needing to care.
As those who saw Interiors at Brighton Festival 2012 will know, Vanishing Point has a reputation for subverting reality and making the ordinary extraordinary. Its unflinching new production brings together an international, multi-age cast to ponder how we deal with old age now and in the future.
- Wed 21 May - Sat 24 May, 7.30pm
- £12.50 (Wed 21 May preview)
Festival Standby £10
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- Duration: 90 minutes approx
Post show discussion on Fri 23 May
Sign Language interpreted Performance on Sat 24 May. Please email email@example.com to book reserved seats for service users
A co-production between Vanishing Point, Brighton Festival, Tramway (Glasgow) and Cena Contemporanea (Brasilia), in association with Platform (Easterhouse) and National Theatre Studio (London)
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