By Lewis Hetherington,Liam Jarvis,Hannah Barker
Henry lives every day just like the final. precisely just like the final. on a daily basis, he attempts to make experience of the realm round him; the lady sitting at the garden outdoors his window, the pages of a booklet choked with an analogous sentence, the eighty yr outdated guy taking a look at him within the mirror.
In 2009 sufferer H.M.’s mind is dissected continue to exist the net to an international viewers of 400,000 humans, minimize into rigorously preserved slices: manuscripts of tissue just like the pages of a book.
In 1953 Henry Molaison emerges from experimental mind surgical procedure with none recollection of the final years of his lifestyles or the power to shape new memories.
In 1935 nine-year previous Henry is knocked over by means of a motorcycle, leaving him subconscious for 5 minutes.
Following Analogue's seriously acclaimed Mile End and Beachy Head and encouraged through the world’s most vital neuroscientific case-study, 2401 Objects tells the impressive tale of a guy who may possibly not take into account, yet who has confirmed very unlikely to forget.
‘I defy a person no longer be drawn into this deeply relocating exam of lifestyles, loss of life and memory.’ - Telegraph
‘2401 gadgets is an excellent, well-researched piece of theatre that provides to Analogue's ever-growing canon of work.’ - Total Theatre Review
‘Beautifully-sculpted... an understated and outstandingly light piece of theatre’ -The Scotsman
Read or Download 2401 Objects (Oberon Modern Plays) PDF
Best british & irish drama & plays books
In Islamic Intrigue on the collage, Gila Gat-Tilman unearths during this actual tale her terrifying discovery that, lower than the guise of her university's curriculum, unconventional weaponry for the Moslems was once being constructed, together with the "Islamic bomb" for Pakistan! As a tender Israeli Ph. D. candidate in London, Tilman explains how she lived and discovered with the Arab terrorists who have been posing as scholars within the university's examine application.
First released in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Comedy used to be on the centre of a serious typhoon that raged during the early sleek interval. Shakespeare's performs made capital of this controversy. In them he intentionally invokes the case opposed to comedy made through the Elizabethan theatre haters. they're jam-packed with jokes that cross too a long way, laughter that hurts its sufferers, wordplay that turns to swordplay and competitive acts of comedian revenge.
1967. Kenneth and Sandra be aware of the realm is altering. and so they wish a few of it. Love, Love, Love takes at the child boomer iteration because it retires, and reveals it packed with hassle. Smoking, ingesting, affectionate and paranoid, one couple trips forty-years from preliminary burst to complete bloom. The play follows their idealistic teenage years within the Sixties to their stint as a married household earlier than eventually divorced and, even supposing disintegrated, unfastened from acrimony.
Extra resources for 2401 Objects (Oberon Modern Plays)