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“Clever and intriguing - interactive fiction exploring small politics, big algorithms and thwarted consensus” ★★★★ The Stage
About the event
Imagine you’re in a theatre of the future, powered by an algorithm. REMOTE is an interactive live game interrogating the politics of choice and decision-making in an immaterial world saturated with technology.
This is a piece of game-theatre that you play sitting down, and its entirely led by you – the audience. Together you’ll play a character, and be asked to make choices for her.
Fusing an interactive script with a live and responsive sound design, REMOTE is a mechanical theatre game for 2017, imagining the future.
“Immersive theatre, but not as you know it… The entire audience make decisions that will shape the play’s narrative.” ★★★★ Time Out
Coney is a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England and a registered charity.
REMOTE is commissioned by Theatre in the Mill and funded by 89 warm and generous Kickstarter backers. The show has been further supported by Camden People’s Theatre, and developed through scratch and residency at Camden People’s Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, MAKE Ireland, Beta Public, University of Exeter, and Theatre in the Mill.
REMOTE by Coney Workshop: Tuesday 31st October, 4pm – 5:30pm
Purchase a ticket for Remote by Coney and take part in a free workshop with DJ Kieran before the show! Be taken through the process of creating a live soundscape for theatre. Spaces are limited, click here to book.
Kieran is a London based sound designer and theatre-maker and founding member of Barrel Organ. Kieran has worked with various theatre companies and venues including the Young Vic, the RSC, the Roundhouse, Battersea Arts Centre and The Yard as a sound designer, musician, composer, technician and performer as well as creating and devising his own work.
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