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Echo/Chamber - an interactive performance about queer identity, Aslant Theatre Company

  • London, South East, UK-wide, Online
  • combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, theatre, Other, interactive digital performance


Echo/Chamber is a show about family, consequences, queer identity, and the meeting of opposites, this digital adaptation of the Ancient Greek tragedy The Bacchae puts the audience's agency at the heart of the experience. The story of the unlikely romance between conservative businessman Paul and the queer anarchist Drew is shaped by the audience every step of the way. Echo/Chamber seeks to find meaning and nuance in more than 240 characters.

★★★★ LondonTheatre1

★★★★ LouReviews: "a clever, creative, and thought-provoking work"

★★★★ West End Best Friend: "a bold new approach to theatrical entertainment"

★★★★ From Page To Stage

Part of Brighton Fringe and Living Record Productions

Available to stream from anywhere in the world and at any time until 27 June

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