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    The Ant Experiment & Some Things

    Mon 16 May at 7.15pm
    Tickets £8
    The Project x Noise festival showcases the work of emerging theatre artists from the Middlesex University's degree programmes in Theatre Performance and Theatre Design. Two newly formed theatre companies with diverse team members will explore current relevant topics and the theme of noise.
    Content Notice
    Running Time 140 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThemes of mental health challenges and complex relationships
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeThe company does not believe their are any health notices - the shows are still in creation, so please check back if you have concerns

    Some Things
    Some Things reflects upon the mental noise that is inevitably created in everyday situations, allowing you to enter a mindful-kaleidoscope reality.
    Some Things, significant events or individuals can reflect upon mental noise no matter how the person experiences the volume of each given situation, whatever the age and circumstance. If you want to see a mindful-kaleidoscope of realness, done in a relatable way…sit down, wanna cuppa or a pint? Here we go.

    The Ant Experiment
    The Ant Experiment is an exhibition of human behaviour, exploring fragments of memories and snapshots of life. The characters on stage will relive moments from their past; moments of connection, disconnection, control and individuality, as they’re observed by an outsider.
    Let yourself be drawn in by this display of the noise of existence.

    Discover more about Theatre at Middlesex University at https://linktr.ee/theatreartsmdx

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