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Norman Gray


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Brief History Of Time, A

Brief History Of Time, A

Based on Stephen Hawking's bestselling book, a Brief History of Time is about the universe, time and the urge to explore that leads humankind on a potentially infinite search for knowledge and ultimate answers. Embarking in groups of twelve, audiences begin a visceral journey around the spaces of Tramway. They encounter performance, animation and a sound and video installation, before indulging in a sinister game of cards which separates winners from losers. Winners are led one by one into the vast pitch darkness of Tramway 1, where faint images emerge from the darkness, before being led blindfolded into a nearby church. Here they are reunited with the losers, who have been on a journey of their own, for the final sequence.

Text by Kai Fischer, Matthew Lenton, Norman Gray, Paul Johnson. Original Music by Malcolm Lindsay

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