This summer St Paul’s returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with its recent production, ‘Grey Matter’.
The production, which enjoyed rave reviews, is planning to perform at C Nova 3 from 21 - 29 August and will feature a group of Eighth-Formers directed by Andrew Broughton, with Dan Staniforth as technical manager.
Saddened by the death of renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks (OP), the creative team questioned whether the exceptional humanity shown by Sacks in his writings might survive in a future where neurological research will play an increasing role in our every-day lives. To this end, the play introduces a victim of hemispatial neglect, a condition described by Sacks in 'The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat',
To learn more about the play and the team's fund-raising campaign visit here.
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