A chilling tale of mystery, sentience and loss inspired by an 19th century thinking machine.
- A cabin aboard The Otis. Night.
Surrounded by well-travelled packing crates and empty wine bottles, a drunken and dying Johann Nepomuk Maelzel revisits scenes from his life, losses and adventures with the amazing, chess playing mechanical human known as, The Turk.
Fuelled with alcohol and yellow fevered madness, Maelzel and The Turk explore the sacrifice of the showman, the promise of the engineer and the passion of the dreamer against a philosophical backdrop of life, love, cognition and existence.There will be a post show Q & A session on Wednesday 26th September.
Supported by The Arts Council of England and Co-Produced with Harrogate Theatre
For more details please visit: www.michaelsabbaton.com
Reviews of past work
'Sabbaton has the audience hanging on every word' Whats On Live (Polaris)
'Sabbatons characters insidiously creep into our psyche' The Aftershow Review (The Statement of Randolph Carter)
'Sabbaton proves himself a master at invoking the audience's imagination Brutal as Hell (The Temple)
'Movingly poetic and quietly terrifying A chilling, mesmerising adaptation' - Three Weeks (The Call of Cthulhu)
Ticket Prices and Information
|19th to 22nd September|
|24th to 29th September|
This an unreserved event.
Some strong language
Running time: 2 hours and 10 mins including interval
When booking online a £1.75 transaction fee will be added at the end of your order. Order from as many shows as you like at one time and pay only £1.75.
- Box office
- 01423 502116
- 6 Oxford Street,
- HG1 1QF