@ Arts Centre WashingtonBook Now
02 November 2017
£8.50 / £6.00 (conc)
by Sian Armstrong
Stupid tells the journey of one woman’s attempt to find a formula that will fix her world. Expect humour, spoken word, colourful projection, live drawing and some light bulb moments of clarity.
I have a theory, relatively speaking – it is going to change your world…maybe.
Everything is different now. Nothing is what it used to be. I need to solve it. I have a theory. Sadie says I’m being an idiot, she says that it’s all subjective. That’s why I need you. My fellow professors, miraculous phenomenons. Together let’s walk the world and look out at the universe as it really is. My equations aren’t made of numbers – in fact you might never have heard them before. Or some of you might recognise them as your own. Take them. They’re my present to you. My findings, aged 24 ½
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