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Trouble At Mill
23 Sep 2017 7pm - 11:30pm
Every act of remembering is an act of storytelling. So here’s mine.
It starts with a spotty teenager at a Motorhead gig and ends up at the cutting edge of memory research.
The bellowing fans, the smell of beer and sweat, the thunderous music. When I think back, it’s all so vivid. And it’s all completely made up.
Join me, Eamonn Fleming, writer, performer and ‘O’ level Biologist (Grade C), as I stumble through the amazing world of Memory Palaces, False Memories and Werther’s Originals.
Confabulation is a funny and startling show about not being able to trust a single thing you remember about your past, partly inspired by the work of project advisor and actual scientist Dr Julia Shaw, author of The Memory Illusion.
Eamonn’s electric guitar will be played, recreating the sweaty atmosphere of a Motorhead gig. Slides will be projected (OHP – old school), sweets will be handed out, and there’s even a bit of joining in (though nothing too scary).
Suitable for ages 12+ (contains strong language)
Listed as one of ELLE UK's 'Top 100 inspiring women'
2 x UK Female Beatbox Champion (2012 & 2013)
2 x UK Team Beatbox Champion (2015 & 2016).
Grace has played a long list of established venues with her solo music including Jamie Oliver’s BIG Feastival, Glastonbury, Shambala, Latitude, As One, Lovebox, Roundhouse, 02 academy Islington. Most recently she supported BeardyMan at Radio 1’s Academy, Showcased new material at Music Tech Fest Berlin and SBTV RISE, Supported Scott Mills and FEMME at Soho Farmhouse and shared the bill with Nadia Rose at the British House in Brazil for the Rio Olympics 2016.
For her acting work, Grace was selected as one of the Guardian's 'Top Ten Standout Theatrical Performances' of 2014 for her role as ‘Jade’ in Home at The National Theatre and following a successful run at SOHO THEATRE with her one woman show BLIND is now signed to UNITED agents as an actor.
Food & Bar
Harvey's Curry Canteen opens at 7.00pm. £5.00 per person. Cash only.
The bar is cash-only and the one place in the world you can get a bottle of Marcus's special edition, TAM ale.
This event is suitable for anyone aged 16+.
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
Pay as You Feel Event.
Please reserve tickets now via the link above. Once we’re sold out we'll run a waiting list and let those people on the waiting list know first if tickets are released. Book now for free, pay what you think the performances deserve on the night itself. Please return tickets you can't use. Returns are made available on the door at 7.30pm.
The mill is wheelchair accessible on the first floor. Guide dogs welcome. No hearing loop.
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