Invisible Treasure

Over the next month, I will be working with Dan Barnard and Rachel Briscoe of fanSHEN developing their exciting new show, Invisable Treasure, at Oval House. No actors. No plot. But there’s you. And maybe that’s enough.  Invisible Treasure is an interactive digital playspace, an electrifying … Continue readingInvisible Treasure

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New Atlantis

New Atlantis is the newest show in the Enlightenment Cafe series.  My huge thanks to our collaborators Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, UCL, The Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling and Pennine Water Group for making this show possible.     ‘New Atlantis acts to raise awareness … Continue readingNew Atlantis

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Hweol

Kew Gardens, and their partners Culture Creative, have commisioned me to create a theatre production to be part of their son et lumière extravaganza, Christmas at Kew. ‘Hweol’ is an interactive family production that was performed as part of Christmas at Kew. Through a mixture … Continue readingHweol

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Institute of Impossibility

A new production in the Enlightenment Cafe series – commissioned by Coventry Mystery Festivals, and in collaboration with Coventry University, the University of Warwick and Interplay (National Centre for Sensory Theatre). In the heart of Coventry lies a mysterious and intriguing building – The Institute of … Continue readingInstitute of Impossibility

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Deadinburgh

Deadinburgh is our latest show in the Enlightenment Cafe series. ‘Deadinburgh achieves something special in so effectively patrolling the boundary between straightforward horror-movie excitement and the powerful ethical and strategic questions raised.’ – The Scotsman An unknown pathogen ravages Scotland’s capital, turning the unlucky souls into bloodthirsty … Continue readingDeadinburgh

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