Dumbshow’s explosive new play inspired by the ideas in Naomi Klein’s ground breaking book The Shock Doctrine.
Rose can’t remember the first 18 years of her life. What happened to her?
Seeking to unravel this mystery she turns investigator, piecing together her history from fragmented memories, documents and dreams.
Using live music and video, Electric Dreams journeys from 1950’s Canada to the Iraq war; but does exploring the past offer a warning for the future?
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Previous Shows 2015
5th-9th May — Camden People’s Theatre, 7.30pm
Saturday 25th July — Derby Theatre, 4.30pm
5th-30th August (not 17th, 24th) — Jack Dome, Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 3.50pm
Saturday 10th October — Pegasus Theatre, Oxford, 7.30pm
Sunday 11th October — HUB, Leeds, 5.00pm
Monday 12th October — Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, 7.45pm
Saturday 17th October — The Lowry, Salford, 8pm