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Ask a Teenager Performance - Mammalian Diving Reflex

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Manchester, United Kingdom

Ask a Teenager Performance - Mammalian Diving Reflex

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General Admission Sep 1, 2012 Free  

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Sat 01 Sep, 13:00 & 15:00

---Free tickets for both performances are available on the door---

Teenagers are famously complex and emotionally unstable. Their limbic systems are on over-drive, their hormones are running amok, they’re prone to staying up late, sleeping well past noon and taking crazy risks. It’s no accident. Scientists believe that their brains are particularly alive, active and sensitive. Their behaviour is an evolutionary feature: it’s how teens define and distinguish themselves; it’s how they get shit done. Teen brains are fast, risking-taking blobs that make creative and sometimes bizarre leaps and associations, giving them an adaptive edge. This is a scientific fact.

In the run-up to AND Festival we invite you to submit your problems to us online in the run up to AND Festival and we’ll pass them onto our panel of teens. They’ll work on your problem with their highly adaptable brains and get back to you with their advice through our website or during a live performance at First Street at the festival. This performance will be accompanied by a video documentation featuring footage from the teens’ deliberations exhibited in First Street.

Submit your problems through the AND website

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Number One First Street
First St
M15 4FN

United Kingdom


Festival of New Cinema, Digital Culture & Art

03 – 05 October, Liverpool

AND 2013 will be an exciting foray into current artistic and cinematic practice.

For details of the full AND 2013 programme go to

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