Press Response

2401 Objects was well received by the national press on its premiere at Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 201.  Below are some some selected highlights, which link through to the full reviews:

Winner of a Fringe First 2011
Short-listed for the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2011

★★★★ The Scotsman Hot Show
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ The Sunday Times
★★★★ Exuent Magazine
★★★★ Fringe Guru
★★★★ WhatsOnStage
★★★★ Theatre Review London
★★★★ The Public Reviews

'Pick of the Festival' The Sunday Express

“A short, beautifully-sculpted 55-minute show… an understated and outstandingly gentle piece of theatre” The Scotsman - Hot Show

“The most accomplished show yet from Analogue… a cleverly restrained and touching piece of theatre” The Times
“I defy anyone not be drawn into this deeply moving examination of life, death and memory.” The Telegraph

"2401 Objects is a solid, well-researched piece of theatre that adds to Analogue's ever-growing canon of work." Total Theatre Magazine

"Analogue achieve almost all they want in a single moment that has us close our eyes, hands on our head, and imagine life without our hippocampi. It has all the empathy and intrigue with which they handle Molaison’s story and shows an increasingly exceptional young company refining its practice." Carousel of Fantasies

"It's understandable why Analogue's production was nearly sold out on the afternoon I saw it. 2401 Objects is a fine piece of theatre that breaks down the barriers of science as something to be understood by those who studied it. The story of Henry Molaison is fascinating, ad Analogue presents it with tender care and imagination. A must see for people looking for a more defined production at this year's Edinburgh Festival." A Younger Theatre

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