What happens when memories disappear?
Where do they go, and can we get them back?
Using just his voice and a Roland TD-4KP electric drumkit, Antosh Wojcik explores the effects of dementia on speech, memory and family through the moving story of his Polish grandfather. Poems become beats become glitches in a mesmeric display of live drumming and spoken word.
“Original, tender, funny and moving … one of my Fringe picks”
Supported by Anna Cathenka
Anna Cathenka is the author of Dead Man Walking (2018, New Fire Tree) and They Are Really Molluscs (2018, Salo Press). She recently graduated from the MA Poetry at UEA and was shortlisted for the Ivan Juritz prize in 2018. She has performed her poetry as part of the European Poetry Festival, The Cornwall Contemporary Poetry Festival, Norfolk and Norwich Festival and the Penzance Literary Festival as well as at various events across the UK. She is widely published digitally and in print, and can be found online @annacathenka.