KENDAL’S Brewery Arts Centre will be hosting an exciting theatrical project from Lancaster University.

An imitating the dog installation, inspired by the Cinema Memory and The Digital Archive project at Lancaster University will be arriving at the Brewery Arts Centre from April 27 until June 25.

An imitating the dog’s new touring digital installation will be paying homage to the power of cinema in mimicking and making memories.

The piece is inspired by the Cinema Memory and the Digital Archive project at Lancaster University, and has been made with support from Lancaster Arts and Arts Council England

Fresh from 2021’s critically acclaimed theatre production Dracula: The Untold Story and their latest outdoor video-mapping project Take Me to The River, ground- breaking theatre company imitating the dog are peering into a cinema from the past in their brand-new touring digital installation Seeing in the Dark.

Inspired by the ‘Cinema Memory and the Digital Archive: 1930s Britain and Beyond’ project (CMDA) based at Lancaster University, University of Glasgow, and Queen Mary University of London, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), Seeing in the Dark is installed at The Dukes, Lancaster until April 24 before heading to BAC.

Supported by Lancaster Arts and Arts Council England, Seeing in the Dark is a fun, immersive and evocative piece that invites you to explore how cinema mimics and makes memories. 

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