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Experience a film... blindfolded

Earfilms are a UK company creating 'films' purely for the ears and the imagination.

Audiences are seated within a network of speakers, blindfolded and taken through a story made up of three elements – live storytelling, 3D immersive sound (created by the sound team behind Game of Thrones) and a musical score.

Your ears become your eyes as you’re taken through the story, following Jack Richards as he bids to reclaim the dream realm in a city where dreaming is outlawed.

For more details and to book, visit Melbourne Recital Centre.

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To Sleep to Dream details

Address
31 Sturt St, Southbank 3006

Telephone 03 9699 3333

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flinders St

Price $25.00 to $30.00

Date 07-11 Mar

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