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Working with Patrick Ness and Christopher Eccleston

8 August 2013

The Camden Roundhouse will host an exclusive Read for RNIB Day event this AugustRead for RNIB has brought to life an exclusive story written by double Carnegie Medal winning author Patrick Ness. “Now That You’ve Died” has been narrated by actor Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who, Thor: The Dark World), co-directed by duo Hector Harkness (Punchdrunk) and Kate Hargreaves (Gideon Reeling) and produced by Colin Nightingale (Punchdrunk and Gideon Reeling), bought together by creative agency Guided Collective.

The tale invites guests to question their expectations of story-telling whilst experiencing a unique sensory experience without using their vision. The use of sound to create an immersive narrative ensures that the performance is genuinely inclusive and enlightening.

We would love to be able to tell you more but sadly we have been sworn to secrecy by our directors Hector and Kate. What we can reveal is that the performances will be taking place at The Roundhouse, Camden, on 8 and 9 August.

Spreading the word

The invite-only guest-list will be encouraged to use their influence to help us spread the word about Read for RNIB, talk around the importance of accessible reading and help us change the story for blind and partially sighted readers.

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