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Memories of The Marshland is a script written by Jack Norris which explores themes of loneliness and healing. Zoo Co is working with Jack on a 6 day R&D of the piece. 

In this Research & Development (R&D) week, we'll explore a movement practice with a mixed ensemble of Visually Impaired/Blind and sighted performers.
Led by Jack Norris, a disabled movement director, and Flo O’Mahony, Artistic Director of Zoo Co, we'll explore creative audio description and creative access within the piece.

Sharing and panel discussion:

Where: Jacksons Lane, Highgate

Date: Thursday 21 March 2024

Time: 16:00

Duration: 90 minutes

The showing is free attend, please book your space here.

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Photo credit: Malachy Luckie - (Gecko Theatre)

We would like to say a big thank you Jacksons Lane who will be hosting the R&D, more information regarding their spaces and work can be found here.

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In a world marked by widespread cruelty and isolation, this work seeks to illuminate the transformative power of human connection in unexpected and enchanting ways.


One of the most compelling aspects of Memories of The Marshland lies in its commitment to working with Visually Impaired (VI) artists in a bold physical way. Supported by ACE, this initiative welcomes new voices into the physical theatre community, as well as facilitates space for reflection. It opens the door to vital advancements in the realm of accessibility practice - for both Jack and Zoo Co.

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