Open Senses Festival
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Open your eyes, ears and nostrils for this synaesthetic three-day festival of multi-sensory art, food and esoteric interaction.
The V&A, Royal Academy and the National Gallery will all be hosting Open Senses evenings, but there are plenty of fringe happenings too, like the interactive 'Pride & Prejudice' night at The British Academy, which will use the 'type, sound, sight and scent' of the novel to tell its story in three different ways. The event's weekend party on May 20 will also act as the launch-pad for We Are Now's autumn festival with a full interactive music night featuring performances from Yusufla and more.
An Open Senses Hub at The Trampery will act as basecamp, where visitors will be able to take part in audio-visual installations and learn more about the event. Until then, you can see the full programme here.