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 feel of the area round him; the lady sitting at the garden open air his window, the pages of a e-book packed with a similar sentence, the eighty yr previous guy taking a look at him within the mirror.
In 2009 sufferer H.M.’s mind is dissected live to tell the tale the net to an international viewers of 400,000 humans, lower into conscientiously 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 existence 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 significantly acclaimed Mile End and Beachy Head and encouraged through the world’s most vital neuroscientific case-study, 2401 Objects tells the outstanding tale of a guy who may well not keep in mind, yet who has confirmed most 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 mild piece of theatre’ -The Scotsman
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