Ross Sutherland - The Three Stigmata of Pacman
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The Times top ten literary star and Time Out Award-winner combines animation with poetic lyricism in his 'thoughtful, articulate and very funny' (Evening Standard) true-story battle against self-fulfilling prophecy. Ross tells of his transformation from tabloid hack to timeline altering saboteur. A journey through memory and multimedia, using some of the cheapest and least reliable forms of time travel. From Radio 3's 'the Verb'. 'Sutherland has the verbal urgency of rap, the wry self-mockery of stand-up and a linguistic inquisitiveness all of his own.' (Time Out); ★★★★★ (Broadwaybaby.com).
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Ross Sutherland - The Three Stigmata of Pacman9 Aug 2010
Life’s daftness exposed via poetry and music
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