“All the things one has forgotten scream for help in dreams” - Elias Canetti NEW DATE ADDED DUE TO DEMAND! In 1900, Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams: a shocking piece of work in which he discovered the unconscious, the Oedipal complex, and the causes of anxiety and neurosis in repressed memories. Its impact on modern psychology is comparable to Darwin’s theory of evolution or Einstein’s relativity, as concepts like ‘the unconscious’ and ‘the ego’ infiltrated language itself and psychologists were no longer confined to psychiatric asylums. Monkhead Theatre (‘definitely a name to look out for in the future’ - Fairy Powered) bring together ten of the best artists working in London to collectively adapt the classic text using a full spectrum of media. A rapid response night unprecedented in its ambition – the company of actors, writers, video artists and musicians provide a multi-sensory event that realises the experience of being ‘inside a mind’. The theatre itself becomes consciousness. At night the repressed wishes, memories and desires banished to the unconscious (the bar outside) return to the conscious mind to roam semi-disguised in the form of dreams… created by Chloë Myerson & Nico Pimparé adapted by Chloë Myerson directed by Nico Pimparé sound and video by Josh Field produced by Florence Bell Praise for MONKHEAD’S most recent play, Dead Souls: ★★★★ 'Astounding’ - Everything Theatre ★★★★ ‘Wild’ - The Spy in the Stalls ★★★★ ‘Inspired’ - Fairy Powered ★★★★ 'Brilliant' - London Pub Theatres ★★★★ 'The hallmark of [Monkhead’s] highly considered and spirited production lies in the willingness to take risks' - Act Drop There is an Access Pack for this performance, which can be downloaded HERE. Do contact us at [email protected] if you require any more information, or to let us know of any support we can provide during your visit.