Wet Picnic

I'd Be Lost Without It

  • Price:
    £8 - £10
  • Duration:
    60 mins
  • Best for ages:
    14+
Overview

We all exist somewhere online, whether we know it or not: a virtual trace, an online persona, a trail of clicks and searches laying claim to who we are.

Using headphones, binaural sound and immersive, movement-led theatre, Wet Picnic place the audience within an interactive performance that explores cyberpsychology, and the utopia and dystopia of our 21st century, tech-driven existence.

Funded by Arts Council England and Wellcome Trust. Developed with the support of Theatre Royal Winchester

Post Show Discussion

Join Wet Picnic Artistic Director Matt Feerick and Chartered Psychologist and Programme Leader of the MSc Cyberpsychology at Nottingham Trent University, Dr Daria Kuss, for a post-show discussion. They’ll be talking about the research that has informed the show and their Wellcome Trust funded collaboration, examining the realities and effects of social media and technology we use, and how it is affecting our behaviour in 21st century

It almost doesn't matter what they're doing because they do it so well.

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Dates & Tickets
  • Thu 15 March 20182:00pm
  • Thu 15 March 20187:00pm