The Waldorf Project has been described as ‘the world’s most extreme art performance’. Having attended the ‘third’ chapter, I was aware that my commitment to the ‘fourth’ would be a daring one. The Waldorf Project is not a people pleasing affair or fluffy in humor, it is daring, risky and organic. Expect to have your human boundaries challenged, questioned and crossed. I enjoyed a strange wave of joy and appreciation for the small pleasures in my life as a consequence of the experience.
It is a radical immersive journey and has been a revolutionary voice in performance art since its inception, shattering boundaries and ultimately evolving into the most daring experiment in consciousness transformation ever to be seen in the context of ‘theatre’. And as it charts its journey through ever-more ambitious ‘chapters’, it has been staged around the world, from Stockholm to Thailand – and most recently, on a special flight at 35,000ft over the Atlantic. But ‘BARZAKH’ surpasses all in both scale and scope.
Now, staged across a massive 300,000 square foot space in the old, colossal Shredded Wheat Factory, Chapter Four is the Waldorf Project’s boldest production yet. Not only is it the most ambitious, but it is also the Project’s most dramatically intense chapter to date. BARZAKH is experienced by just 40 guests per night, so secure your spot quickly! Fierce and yet blissfully psychedelic, this one’s not for the faint-hearted.
18th April- 12th May 2019
Ticket price: £72
The Wheat Quarter (the old Shredded Wheat factory)