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Memory Points will Ring a Bell at the Southbank Centre

Published by: Cameron Lowe on 22nd Jul 2014 | View all blogs by Cameron Lowe

A promenade performance across Southbank Centre’s site, Thursday 7 – Monday 18 August 2014

Memory Points

Chosen as one of the Top Ten theatre pieces for 2013 by The Guardian’s theatre critic Lyn Gardner, Platform 4’sMemory Points is an uplifting show about memory loss. This intimate and interactive experience filled with love is inspired by Platform 4’s work with the Alzheimer’s Society.

Wearing headphones, audiences of up to five people will be guided through the unseen spaces of 
Southbank Centre’ssite by a unique sound track with music by Pete Flood (Bellowhead: Southbank Centre Artists in Residence), whilst encountering an imaginary world of installations, miniature sculptures, films, and photographs. Audiences are encouraged to dress up and delve into their own memories and relationships. 

Platform 4 present magical performances which captivate, involve and put human relationships at the heart of the event.

Catherine Church, Platform 4’s Artistic Director said:
We are thrilled that this special project which has brought the company such acclaim will now have a final flourish in one of the best places in the world to see art of excellence. It is incredibly important that regional work of artistic excellence finds a place on a national and international stage.

Memory Points
Part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love
Thursday 7 – Monday 18 August 2014
Hour-long tours from 10.30am-9.30pm see website for exact dates and timings
Promenade piece across Southbank Centre’s site
Tickets £15
50% concessions (Limited availability)
Tickets: 0844 847 9910



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