Australian band comes to London after Fringe success

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Australian band comes to London after Fringe success

The theatre concert Styx opens at the Playground Theatre this evening, following its Edinburgh Fringe success.

The show, performed by some of Australia's biggest band members, aims to be a conversation about Alzheimer's.

It was written by Max Barton, whose grandparents suffered with the disease.

Max and the sound artist, Jethro Cooke, who worked on the production, have been speaking to Alicia. 

Styx will tour to London's Playground Theatre until the 14th of Sept, and Streatham Space Project, from the 15th to 19th of Sept.

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