Thomas Dolby, musician, entrepreneur and ex-music director of the TED conference, will be performing here live in front of his own film, simultaneously playing the score and doing the narration live on stage in this unique transmedia performance. Shot, scored and edited entirely by Dolby himself this fascinating film about memories, and how they are amplified over time, is set mainly on the stunning Suffolk Coast around Orford Ness. Dolby explores the sad fate of the Orfordness Lighthouse, now almost rendered redundant as ships adopt satellite navigation. An engaging, personal and warm award-winning documentary, part of an experience that combines music and art to create one breathtaking show.
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