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This brand new work from Vanishing Point explores what is means to grow old and be cared for, in a world where myth and spirituality have been subsumed by what we all know to be true - that we are born, we live and we die. Using its distinctive visual imagination, Vanishing Point explores this subject through the dreamlike scenario of a young man who suddenly finds himself in an alarmingly unfamiliar place. A place where everyone seems to know him and where strange rules apply. Where everyone seems to have his best interests at heart, but he is not at liberty to leave. A major international co-production, Tomorrow is a striking meditation on growing old, dementia, needing care and needing to care.Company Vanishing Point (Glasgow). Presented by Brighton Festival. Presented by Tramway (Glasgow). Presented by Cena Contemporanea (Brasilia). Director Matthew Lenton. Design Jamie Harrison. Lighting Kai Fischer. Sound Mark Melville. Dramaturg Pamela Carter. Costume Jessica Brettle. Director Becky Hope-Palmer (assistant).
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