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THEATRE: EAR CINEMA


An immersive theatre experience where a combination of film, live art, animation and sound-art will be used to create a full-on-sensory experience which harnesses technology and drama to present a chilling event guaranteed to create a suitably ghostly ambience. Presenting the chilling tale of Little Mary, a young girl pronounced dead in hospital at 3.27am, Ear Cinema utilizes a specialist Ambisonic technique to create an extraordinary 3D aural picture plunging the audience straight to the heart of the story…. Be afraid, be very afraid! Running time 25 minutes approx. Places are limited so early booking advised.

Where: Theatre, ICA, The Mall, London
When: October 31 to November 3, 2007

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