How To Keep Time
October 18 @ 7:30 pm£12
“Dziadek? Dziadek? Can you hear me?”
Using just his voice and an electronic drum kit, award-winning spoken word artist Antosh Wojcik explores the effects of dementia on speech, memory and family in his debut work for stage, How to Keep Time.
Subtitled A Drum Solo for Dementia, this 60-minute show is a mesmeric display of drumming and spoken word in which poems become beats and beats become glitches in time. Antosh Wojcik tells the moving story of his Polish grandfather’s struggle against vascular dementia and the effect it had on the people around him. What happens when memories disappear? Where do they go and can we get them back? Can I use my drums to communicate with my grandfather?”
‘Original, tender, funny and moving … one of my Fringe picks’ ***** British Theatre Guide
‘An extraordinary and powerful exploration of what language might be when there are no longer any words … this stunning debut piece needs to be experienced. MUST SEE SHOW, – Fringe ReviewTime: 7.30pm. Show duration 60 minutesTickets: £12. Group and multi-booking ticket offers apply. Recommended age 12+Ticket offers:
Multi-Booking: Book three shows or more in a single booking and pay just £10 per ticket (Normally £12).
Family Ticket: £30 for a family of four – 2 adults and 2 kids or one adult, 3 kids. Children 2 years and under go free.
Group bookings: A free ticket for every 10 seats booked in one go for an individual show.
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Please note only one discount applies per booking.