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lady sitting at the garden outdoors his window, the pages of a booklet choked with an analogous sentence, the eighty yr outdated guy taking a look at him within the mirror.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