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Announcing: Telephone, a live online performance by Coney


Telephone is a live storytelling performance, with some very gentle (and optional) interaction, and conversations over a drink.

It weaves together stories and games about connection across all kinds of distance, through a short and mostly true history of telecommunications.

This run of performances is set to span timezones.

Written and performed by Tassos Stevens, hosted in the Coney Zoom Bar.

"Not only thematically eloquent in the way it is exploring fragility, connection and distance, but [...] also asking questions about what it means to be in a room and play together on Zoom. Coney are pushing at the boundaries of theatre and of technology"- Lyn Gardner, Stagedoor

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