5-9 March 2014
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Produced by Fuel
Written by Hattie Naylor in collaboration with Sound&Fury
How far can you see? A mile? A hundred miles? Or to the furthest shores of the universe to a faraway galaxy? It’s Max’s job to ask the cosmic questions. Passionate about astronomy, he works as the narrator at the city’s Planetarium where he challenges his audiences with the mysteries of stars and science.
When his own life takes an unexpected turn, Max discovers that understanding the universe requires a different kind of vision.
Following two sold out runs at the Young Vic in 2011 and 2012, Sound&Fury bring their innovative theatre vocabulary of immersive surround sound design, total blackout and imaginative lighting to the Science Museum, to reawaken our wonder at the cosmos and reveal how one man’s vision becomes illuminated by darkness.
75 minutes (no interval)
Wednesday 5 March, 19.30 - SOLD OUT
Thursday 6 March, 19.30 - SOLD OUT
Friday 7 March, 14.30 - SOLD OUT
Friday 7 March, 19.30 - SOLD OUT
Saturday 8 March, 14.30 - SOLD OUT
Saturday 8 March, 19.30 - SOLD OUT
Sunday 9 March, 14.30 - SOLD OUT
Sunday 9 March, 19.30 - SOLD OUT
Please follow @ScienceMuseum for news on any return tickets that become available and call 020 7942 4000 to book.
There are post-show discussions on Wednesday 5 March (evening) and Friday 7 March (matinee). You will need a ticket for one of these shows to attend.
'A pulse-quickening poem… a wonderful piece of theatre.' ★★★★★ (The Independent)
'Sound&Fury are going boldly where few companies have gone before… this is a dazzling achievement.' ★★★★★ (The Daily Telegraph)
‘Exceptional… imaginative… a technical feat.’ ★★★★ (The Guardian)
Commissioned by Warwick Arts Centre. Developed as part of Fuel at the Roundhouse and the Jerwood residencies at Cove Park which are supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Funded by Arts Council England, the Wellcome Trust, the Institute of Physics and the Science and Technology Facilities Council. Supported by the Linbury Prize for Stage Design.