4 - 7 Jul, 2019
12 - 14 Jul, 2019
18 - 21 Jul, 2019
26 Jul - 3 Aug, 2019
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Photo: Stephen Wright
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Anyone with an imaginative mind will enjoy the exciting journey of The Day I Fell Into A Book, an immersive storytelling adventure that explores the amazing places we go in our imaginations when we read. Follow the lab technician to The Institute and journey through the centuries-old stories complemented by three-dimensional sound recordings, intricate lighting and projection. The audience is taken into a lost world of classic myths and legends, travelling from underwater to outer space. Bit by bit, the fiction becomes reality as the stories seep into the room and come alive all around the audience. The spectacular sound and theatre experience explore the magic of reading for people of all ages.
Tickets | $200 (Standard Ticket); $140 (Full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 and above and people with disabilities and the minders)
Discount (Only applicable to standard tickets)
Lewis Gibson works mainly as a sound designer and composer for performance. He also sometimes writes, directs and performs in things too.
Recent theatre includes I’m A Phoenix Bitch (Bryony Kimmings), One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Crucible), A Pacifists’ Guide To The War On Cancer (Complicite / National Theatre), Tim Cowbury’s The Claim (UK Tour), Cosmic Scallies (The Royal Exchange, Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and Cardboard Citizens’ Home Truths (The Bunker). He has made audio works for galleries, museums and festivals including Historic Royal Palaces, Bethnal Green Tube Disaster Memorial, Bristol Old Vic, Victoria Park, Tate Britain, Fuel, Battersea Arts Centre, V&A and Museum of London.
Fuel produces an adventurous, playful and significant programme of work – live, digital, and across art forms – for a large and representative audience across the UK and beyond, with a national and international outlook and impact, engaging with the big questions of our times, and creating experiences that change us and in turn empower us to change the world around us. We produce a programme of artistic work inspired by the outstanding artists we support.
Fuel was founded in 2004 and is led by Kate McGrath. From a base in London, Fuel works locally, nationally and internationally to develop, create and distribute new work to the widest possible audience. Fuel is a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England, and a registered charity. Recent projects include Barber Shop Chronicles by Inua Ellams, DeadClub by Requardt & Rosenberg, The Hartlepool Monkey by Gyre & Gimble and Men & Girls Dance by Fevered Sleep.