Do you remember the moment you realised the world was going to end? Did you feel panic? Fear? Were you excited or frozen to the spot? Or maybe, just maybe, you felt hope for the possibility of a new beginning…?
This is a one-off, site-specific music-and-theatre piece about the predicted apocalypse, for an audience of 100 people only. With new work by Gareth Williams, John Harris, Oliver Emanuel, Hanna Tuulikki, Colin Broom and Ludwig van Beethoven about beginnings and endings, time and nothingness, the things we leave behind and what we want to take into the future.
“Who can bear himself forgotten?” (WH Auden)
Director Andy Arnold
Performers Red Note Ensemble
Composers Gareth Williams, John Harris, Hanna Tuulikki, Colin Broom, Ludwig van Beethoven
Writer Oliver Emanuel
In Partnership with Summerhall and the Traverse Theatre