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Slung Low presents: Small Worlds

Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 September in the Studio

“Truly unique” - Liverpool Echo

Small Worlds is an interactive installation combining live performance, music and digital projection which takes you on your own personal journey through a series of rooms as you experience and uncover the mysteries surrounding coincidence, the Universe and worlds within worlds.

Mark is a young boy who sees the world in his own very special way. His older brother is in the army now but just before he went to the desert he told Mark to look after his prized marbles. And Mark can’t find them anymore.

The piece takes place in 5 self-contained boxes, total sensory installations.

Each audience member goes on Mark’s journey as he strives to find the marbles; through the house, the desert and Mark’s mind as the truth as to why this day, of all the days is the very worst on which to lose your marbles.

Small Worlds is for young audiences aged 12 to 18 years old, but will be enjoyed by all ages.

Show opening times

Wednesday 24 September: 10.00am to 12.00pm, 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Thursday 25 September: 10.00am to 12.00pm, 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Friday 26 September: 2.00pm to 4.00pm, 6.00pm to 8.00pm
Saturday 27 September: 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Sunday 28 September: 2.00pm to 4.00pm

For tickets email boxoffice@slunglow.org and specify a time and date. Small Worlds is an individual experience and slots are every five minutes whilst the show is running.

In association with Fuse Theatre (previously Merseyside Young People’s Theatre) and Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008.
 

About the Company:

Slung Low
is a company specialising in new work, led by 7 artists collected from diverse creative backgrounds including prose, movement, video, sound and theatre. Slung Low allows the particular demands of each story to inform the choice of venue and performance style- meaning that you are as likely to catch the next show on your iPod as you are in a city centre car-park. At the core of the company’s work is the intention to use all the technology and resources available to a 21st Century artist to achieve that oldest of artistic aims a good story well told.

“Theatre innovators” - The Guardian

 
 Simon Warner

Simon Warner