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'non zero one' perform hold hands/lock horns at the Forest Fringe Café in Edinburgh

Posted on 30/11/2010
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This summer 'non zero one' performed 'hold hands/lock horns' at the Forest Fringe Café in Edinburgh on 12-13 August as part of the development process of a new piece that explores choice in performance. This began with their 'Scratch' performances of they vote with their feet at the Battersea Arts Centre in September 2009, for which the company won a 'No Strings Attached' grant from the Farnham Maltings for research and development.

'non zero one' presented their debut piece would like to meet as part of BITE '10 at the Barbican in London, on 27 April - 16 May 2010, to critical acclaim. The participatory piece, which takes an audience of six participants on an individual journey led by a voice heard through headphones, began as an end-of-year assignment set by the Department of Drama and Theatre when the company formed in their third year at Royal Holloway. It was then presented at the Southwark Playhouse in June 2009.

 For more on non zero one, please look at our "Recent Graduates" showcase.

 

National Press Reviews for would like to meet:

  • (4 stars) 'intelligently crafted and totally engaging' Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard
  • 'this assured work is a logistical triumph' Lyn Gardner, Guardian
  • 'technically ingenious' Dominic Cavendish, Telegraph



   
 
 
 

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