Reckless Sleepers: Schrödinger
THEATREIn 1933 Erwin Schrödinger won the Nobel Prize for his contribution to Quantum Mechanics. He theorised a box in which a cat exists as living and dead at the same time. In 1998 Reckless Sleepers built that box – and now over a decade later, they are climbing back inside.
In one of the company’s most celebrated performance pieces the impossible is probable: truth and illusion are inseparable. Laws are made, bent then broken. It’s a visually mesmerising performance that sways between question and answer, chaos and order, what we can measure and what we can’t..
REVIEWS★★★★ The Times
★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Fringe Mag
Post-show discussion Wed 24 May.
Supported by Arts Council England.
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