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The Waldorf Project / Sean Rogg: Chapter Four / BARZAKH at The Wheat Quarter

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Time 19:00
Date 19/04/19
Price £72

Unite your senses though movement, food, scent, drink, sound and environment with The Waldorf Project's fourth chapter, described as ‘the world’s most extreme art performance’ - ‘BARZAKH’.

Dates and Times: Fri 19 April - Sun 12 May, 19:00.

The Waldorf Project is a radical immersive experience on a grand stage in which art is consumed through all of the senses. Key to this concept is the synergy between the various aspects of the event and the imaginations of the creative team, all being directed and orchestrated by artist Sean Rogg.

From its genesis seven years ago as a multi-sensory dining experience, the Waldorf Project has evolved into a daring experiment in consciousness transformation. The evolution continues as we look forward to the next chapter "BARZAKH" coming this April.

Barzakh, meaning ‘purgatory’, is a state between this world and the hereafter. The performance intends to create an experience so profound that it will induce the feeling of what it means to be in the presence of a higher power. Moving from the primal, organic and inherently fearsome, the narrative guides participants towards the final apex, a fierce yet blissfully psychedelic, Sci-Fi conclusion where true transcendence occurs.

Throughout the epic journey, guests are held in moments of suspension, cleansed of the outside world, with doors opened to senses yet unnamed. Over the course of the four-hour experience, participants will be guided through the vast abyss of the immense factory, following a path of tribute, reverence, absolution and, ultimately, rebirth. You will be challenged. You will be broken and rebuilt. But for those brave enough to take the first step, great rewards await. ‘BARZAKH’ will be an experience you will not want to wake up from.  

Please note - on arrival, participants must exchange their own clothing for a uniform, must remove makeup and perfume, and all jewellery into a safe locker. Long hair must be tied back. If you suffer from Nyctophobia (fear of the dark), Aphenphosmphobia, (fear of being touched), Aquaphobia (fear of getting wet) or Automysophobia (fear of getting dirty), then this is not for you. Sufferers of epilepsy must not attend.