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Mnemonic

Mnemonic

1999-2003

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1999-2003

mnemonic / ni’monik / adj. 1 assisting or intended to assist memory 2 of memory.

A body is found in the ice, and a woman is looking for her father while a man searches for his lost lover. Mnemonic is as much about origins as it is about memory, and remembering what is lost.

 

© Sebastian Hoppe © Sarah Ainslie © Hannes Flaschberger

“Once seen, never forgotten. No show in our time could claim that more fittingly than Mnemonic.” Independent
“Astonishing. A transfixing, transcendent production of enlightening magic. I’ll recall this for the rest of my life.” New York Times
“Let me put it very simply: I think about the world differently now than when I entered the theatre, and I know that I shall remember Mnemonic all my life.” The Guardian

Dates

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield 24 - 26 June 1999
Cambridge Corn Exchange 30 June - 3 July 1999
Newcastle Playhouse 7 - 10 July 1999
Oxford Playhouse 13 - 17 July 1999
Salzburg Festival 21 - 29 August 1999
London Riverside Studios 17 November 1999 - 15 January 2000
National Theatre, London
Barcelona
Paris
New York
Munich
Warsaw
Helsinki
Strasbourg
Lyon
Paris
Sarajevo
Thessaloniki
London Riverside Studios
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