Using a blend of narrative and sound technology to bring storytelling to a new generation, she explores the phenomenon of living life in a coma through the prism of Vincent van Gogh’s recognisable late work Bedroom in Arles.
Debs said: “The show started off as a niggling thought about the voice. I’d just lost my nan who had an extraordinary voice with a cheeky Brum-Irish lilt totally unique to her. I had a recording of her voice on a minidisc but it was ages before I could bring myself to listen to it.
“It gave me ideas about a person who is both absent and present at the same time - and that’s where the image of a man in a coma came from.”
The show, which starts at 8pm, is directed by John Wright, founding member of Trestle and Told by an Idiot theatre companies.
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