DOMM: Depths Of My Mind
Suspended above
the audience
on moving,
transparent platforms,
the performers take us
into a world where
nothing is solid.
Depths of My Mind brings to life the latest developments in neuroimaging connected to the teenage brain. Suspended above the audience on moving transparent platforms the performers take us into a world where nothing is solid, and explore how it feels to be growing up, changing and searching for somewhere to belong.
TOUR DATE #1
23 Sept to 2 Oct
BRIT School, Croydon CR0 2HN
Presented by the Polka Theatre part of the BRAINWAVES Festival
Fri 23 Sept @ 7.30pm
Sat 24 Sept @ 3pm and 7.30pm
Sun 25 Sept @ 1pm and 5pm
Fri 30 Sept @ 3pm and 7.30pm
Fri 30 Sept @ 8.45pm Post-show discussion
Sat 1 Oct @ 3pm and 7.30pm
Sun 2 Oct @ 1pm and 5pm
TOUR DATE #2
13 Nov
Gulbenkian, Canterbury CT2 7NB
Sun 13 Nov @ 7.30pm
1 / 3
Based on the findings of the U-Change Project led by scientists from the Neuroscience in Psychiatry Network (NSPN) at Cambridge University, Depths of my Mind is a mind-blowing immersive theatre show combining breathtaking aerial skills, a pulsating soundtrack and stunning projections.
Creative team Artistic directors: Daniela Essart and Peter Glanville
Technical director: Søren Nielsen
Choreographer: Lindsey Butcher
Performers: Antonio Harris, Hauk Pattison,
Rachel Ni Bhraonain, Willow Vidal-Hall
Video design: Mark Morreau
Sound design: Billy Biznizz
Lighting design: Paul Need
Riggers: Søren Nielsen, Joe White, Graeme Clint
Stage manager: Marcia Stephenson
Scientific Advisers (NSPN team) Dr. Becky Inkster
Prof. Ian Goodyer
Prof. Ed Bullmore
Prof. Peter Jones
www.nspn.org.uk
Scarabeus Aerial Theatre is a dynamic aerial theatre company, which has since 1988 pioneered the creation of site responsive and touring performances outside conventional spaces. We have an international reputation for creating beautiful, poetic and spectacular shows. Scarabeus creates exhilarating experience through challenging, intensely visceral responses to space, place and text.
Supported by:
Arts Council England logo