Distorted Constellations

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24/01/2019 19:45 - 21:00
Caustic Coastal
Address: Unit 2, Regent Road Trading Estate, Salford M5 4DE

Event: Distorted Constellations by artist Nwando Ebizie at caustic coastal. part of home mcr push festival

Performance/ Intimacy/Touch/Tingles

A relaxing, immersive performance exploring Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response in an intimate performance experience. Storytelling, touch and movement provide a journey into the psyche to find out if you experience ASMR – a relaxing, tingling sensation across the scalp and spine in response to particular triggers.

Read our review of the previous event.

£5 a ticket

 

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