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And What? Queer. Arts. Festival / Himherandit: Garden at the Rose Lipman Building

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Time 12:00
Date 08/10/18
Price £25

Enter the alternate world of the Garden, a surreal immersive experience for one audience member at a time.

Dates: Mon 08 - Sun 28 Oct, with various one hour slots from 12:00 - 18:00.

Inside Garden you become immersed in a fascinating world, inhabited by characters that invite you to question both their identity and your own. It is a land where no story is ever written the same. It is one where you become the protagonist of your own fairy-tales. Garden eclipses your perceptions of reality, your idea of self, and of the other.

Free yourself from the world you see around you, lose yourself in Garden, find another you.

Who are you? Which rabbit do you follow?

Garden is a unique performance experience, unusual in that it is for only one audience member at at time. Your journey will last approximately 45-50 minutes. You will be contacted from Garden ahead of your arrival to confirm the visit. Upon arrival you will be greeted by a Garden representative and gifted with all you need for a safe and enlightened passage. From then onward you will travel into a surreal world, guided through curtained corridors, led under dim lights and washed-over by ambient soundscapes (light, sound & tech design Jeppe Cohrt) . The visual world of Garden is partly-inspired by Alice in Wonderland and Twin Peaks; it is a bespoke world built inside a custom built set and housed within an old municipal library. It includes two casts of performers (Andreas Constantinous & Dagmara Bilon or Tone lorenzen & Nick Finegan, depending on when you arrive). In other words, there is nothing else like it.

Tickets are very limited. Tickets must be purchased online as no tickets will be sold on the door due to limited availability. Please book ahead to avoid disappointment.