- Duration: 2 hours approx.
- Tickets: £15/£12
- Company: Ronin Theatre Productions
- Ages: 15+ Contains strong language and sexual content.
This show will be at Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP. Tickets will go offsale here at 5.30pm on the night of the show, and will be available on the door from 7pm.
Two volunteers take part in a clinical drug trial. When they develop feelings for each other, the whole experiment is thrown into jeopardy – and makes them question the limits of medicine, neurology and love.
“I can tell the difference between who I am and a side effect.”
Following their sell-out production of Collaborators, Ronin Theatre presents Lucy Prebble’s funny, heartbreaking and intriguing exploration of the clash between science and human feeling.
Post-show Q&A: Thursday 28 March
Come along to the St Aldate’s Tavern after the show for a discussion with the cast and:
Willem Kuyken: Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford University Director, Oxford Mindfulness Centre.
Marni Moran: RMN, MA Lead Research Nurse NIHR Clinical Research Network: Thames Valley and South Midlands.
Space for the talk is limited. Click here to sign up and attend.