Patient 4620 Tickets | Royal Museum Of Contemporary Art London  | Sat 9th February 2019 Lineup

Patient 4620 tickets

Royal Museum Of Contemporary Art in London

Saturday 9th February 2019

12:00pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 15

Immersive theatre production premiering as part of London Lovecraft Festival.

 
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Patient 4620 on Saturday 9th February 2019

Immersive theatre production premiering as part of London Lovecraft Festival.

ABOUT THE SHOW
Gretel Sauerbrot; a once famous artist, admitted to the Raventhorne Institution and then never heard from again… You are invited to the Royal Museum of Contemporary Art, and through a series of audio guides you explore and uncover clues to Gretel’s past.

This unique theatre show is a blend of immersive theatre, auditory storytelling, and art installation; resulting in a rich and sensory experience that won’t be easily forgotten.

To experience the show at its fullest, audiences should bring a Smartphone or WiFi enabled device, along with a headset. In the event you cannot provide your own device and/or headset, you will be loaned items on entering the show.

Approximate running time is 45 minutes.

Please note: • The venue does not have a foyer. Audiences who arrive more than 15 minutes before their show is due to start will be asked to wait outside. • This show is not suitable for young people under the age of 15. • If you have any questions regarding the show, ticket sales, or access- please contact dreadfallstheatre@hotmail.co.uk

TICKETS
Adult £20

CROWD FUND CAMPAIGN
To help fund our show and receive some amazing rewards in return, visit www.igg.me/at/patient4620

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