by Theatre Conspiracy
Thirty participants are invited into an intriguing theatrical game world, exploring security, profiling, freedom of expression and privacy in the age of cyber-surveillance.
Mobile throughout the performance, participants collaborate, compete, investigate, debate and spy on each other.
Depending on personal and group responses to various questions posed by the game’s ‘host’, participants witness different perspectives on the action, gathering evidence from dramatic scenes and documentary media that colour their views and how they play the game. Each performance is unique in that the audience dynamic influences the outcome.
A multimedia tour de force in English, Farsi and Arabic, this radical game of secrets is a show that gets under your skin.
- ✯✯✯✯✯ The Scotsman
The line between security and tyranny has rarely been so stimulatingly debated.
- The Guardian
“Theatre Conspiracy has created a boundary-pushing new work in Foreign Radical.”
- ✯✯✯✯ The Skinny
Created with the assistance of Playwrights Theatre Centre
Suitability: Ages 14+
NB: This performance contains strong language and mature content