Just flick a switch and everything will be okay
From going deaf in her 20s to being activated as a real-life ‘cyborg’, Sophie Woolley’s brand new play is a personal story of the joy and conflict of ‘hearing’ again after years of total deafness.
All performances are audio described, captioned, and relaxed.
Winner of the 2018 Pulse Festival Suitcase Prize.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The original R&D was funded in its development by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. Originally developed with Ovalhouse. Supported by the New Wolsey Theatre. Augmented is sponsored by Advanced Bionics.
1hr 15mins (approx.)
Post-show Q&A: Wed 18 Mar (BSL interpreted by Daryll McMullan)
All performances are Audio Described, Captioned, and Relaxed performances.
A totally unique writer.. an absolutely amazing performer
Powerfully performed. Wonderful!
Funny, humbling, enlightening