Lost in the Neuron Forest is an exploration of memory and how it makes us who we are. The audience follow the story of Edna, a feisty woman who fears she is losing herself as she loses her memory. Edna takes us back to the heady days of her youth, and the memories mingle with those of the neuroscientist who offers to help Edna. A promenade adventure into how the human brain works, and the science and personal significance of memory.
The show is produced by Bread & Goose, and was initially developed as part of the Wales Millennium Incubator scheme in 2013. It is touring Wales and England this autumn with support from Arts Council Wales and the Wellcome Trust.
We'd love to see you at one of the venues:
10th & 11th Oct - Southwark Playhouse, London 7pm (SOLD OUT)
15th Oct - Canterbury Christchurch 7.30pm
18th Oct - Theatr Neuadd Ogwen, Bethesda 7pm
21st Oct - Wales Millennium Centre 8pm
22nd Oct - Barry Memo Hall 7.30pm
23rd Oct - Newport Riverfront 2.30pm & 7.45pm
24th Oct - Aberystwyth Arts Centre 7.45pm
26th Oct - Slung Low's HUB, Leeds 5pm
30th & 31st Oct, 1st Nov - Camden People's Theatre 7.30pm
You can also visit our Memory Store, a mobile library of memories contributed by community workshop participants in Bangor, Newport, and London, it will be popping up in venue foyers throughout the tour.
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