PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (Vancouver, Canada)
Jan
15
to Feb 3

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (Vancouver, Canada)

The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is one of Vancouver’s signature events.

Produced over three weeks each January, the PuSh Festival presents groundbreaking work in the live performing arts.

The PuSh Festival expands the horizons of Vancouver artists and audiences with work that is visionary, genre-bending, multi-disciplined, startling and original. The Festival showcases acclaimed international, Canadian and local artists and mixes them together with an alchemy that inspires audiences, rejuvenates artists, stimulates the industry and forges productive relationships around the globe.

Details: pushfestival.ca

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Strike A Light Festival (Gloucester)
Mar
29
to Apr 1

Strike A Light Festival (Gloucester)

Thu 30 March – Sat 1 April / 12pm, 6:30pm, 9pm (daily)
Gloucester Guildhall

Tickets £10 plus booking fee. Ticket link here.

An autobiographical, audio-based artwork about Shannon’s experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and her journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury.

Audience members (6 per show) experience Reassembled, Slightly Askew individually, listening to the audio via headphones while lying on hospital beds. The audio technology makes the sound three-dimensional, causing listeners to feel they are inside Shannon’s head, viscerally experiencing her descent into coma, brain surgeries, early days in the hospital and reintegration into the world with a hidden disability. A story of terror, discovery, humour, but above all, hope.

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17 Love Lane (Liverpool) & the Story Institute (Lancaster)
Jan
24
to Feb 4

17 Love Lane (Liverpool) & the Story Institute (Lancaster)

Reassembled, Slightly Askew is an immersive audio performance about Shannon’s own experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and her journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury.

Audience members experience the show wearing headphones while lying on a hospital bed. Advanced audio technology makes the sound three-dimensional, causing listeners to feel like they are inside Shannon’s head, viscerally experiencing her descent into a coma, brain surgeries, early days in the hospital and re-integration into the world with a hidden disability.

A new kind of storytelling, never done before about this topic.

January 24th to 28 January
at 17 Love Lane, Liverpool, L3 7DD

January 31st to February 4th
at the Story Institute, Lancaster.

SHOWS: 11am, 2pm, 5.30pm

PRICE: £7

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