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HOW TO BUILD [THE CITY]

PRESENTED BY STATE OF THE [ART]
An interactive performance based on mini-games that explore the themes of the epic of Gilgamesh.

We create and play games that explore humanity, friendship, love, heroism, community, and mortality to investigate ways we can rebuild, redesign, and reclaim relationships within our city post-pandemic.

40 artists split into different groups stationed indoors and outdoors; in public spaces from parks to cafes and restaurants all around Clapham; will complete tasks and activities that build the interactive performance in collaboration with audiences in the theatre. Tasks and activities involve participation and spontaneous encounters with people in those public spaces willing to join. The audience in the theatre follow the artists playing games around Clapham with the public participants in real time through live stream, GPS and creative exploration of app technology. The audience in the theatre will direct, advise and suggest the actions of the artists to complete the set of tasks and activities.

The performance reflects upon the idea of really building the city we live in, and developing new formats; playing with what live experiences could be.

State of the [art] is an international arts organisation headed by Simone Giustinelli, Munotida Chinyanga and Laura Singleton. Focusing on facilitating interactive experiences for the members of the public who do not usually engage with the creativity and culture sector, and offer non-conventional approaches on contemporary performance practice to audiences who do both nationally and internationally. This includes but is not limited to theatre performances, live events, masterclass/workshops and artist development projects.


This event will take place live at Omnibus Theatre.

We are so excited to welcome you back through our doors.

We are committed to safely staging a programme of work while we are able. We understand that booking tickets for live events right now feels like a bit of a gamble.

We want to assure you that should anything change before your event, prohibiting it from taking place, we will contact you and you will be eligible for an immediate refund.

To provide a safe and enjoyable environment we have made some changes, these measures will continue after 19 July. Please check out our Covid-19 Safety FAQs for full information on what to expect and how to prepare for your visit.

10 SEPT
9PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION
#STATECITY

HOW TO BUILD [THE CITY]

PRESENTED BY STATE OF THE [ART]
An interactive performance based on mini-games that explore the themes of the epic of Gilgamesh.

We create and play games that explore humanity, friendship, love, heroism, community, and mortality to investigate ways we can rebuild, redesign, and reclaim relationships within our city post-pandemic.

40 artists split into different groups stationed indoors and outdoors; in public spaces from parks to cafes and restaurants all around Clapham; will complete tasks and activities that build the interactive performance in collaboration with audiences in the theatre. Tasks and activities involve participation and spontaneous encounters with people in those public spaces willing to join. The audience in the theatre follow the artists playing games around Clapham with the public participants in real time through live stream, GPS and creative exploration of app technology. The audience in the theatre will direct, advise and suggest the actions of the artists to complete the set of tasks and activities.

The performance reflects upon the idea of really building the city we live in, and developing new formats; playing with what live experiences could be.

State of the [art] is an international arts organisation headed by Simone Giustinelli, Munotida Chinyanga and Laura Singleton. Focusing on facilitating interactive experiences for the members of the public who do not usually engage with the creativity and culture sector, and offer non-conventional approaches on contemporary performance practice to audiences who do both nationally and internationally. This includes but is not limited to theatre performances, live events, masterclass/workshops and artist development projects.


This event will take place live at Omnibus Theatre.

We are so excited to welcome you back through our doors.

We are committed to safely staging a programme of work while we are able. We understand that booking tickets for live events right now feels like a bit of a gamble.

We want to assure you that should anything change before your event, prohibiting it from taking place, we will contact you and you will be eligible for an immediate refund.

To provide a safe and enjoyable environment we have made some changes, these measures will continue after 19 July. Please check out our Covid-19 Safety FAQs for full information on what to expect and how to prepare for your visit.

10 SEPT
9PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION
#STATECITY

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Health and Safety

Please check out our Covid-19 Safety FAQs for full information on what to expect and how to prepare for your visit→

Concessions

Concessions apply to students, under-18s, over-60s and more. For more info on our concession policy click here→

Accessibility

All performance spaces and facilities are fully wheelchair-accessible. For more info please contact Box Office on 0207 498 4699.

Ticket Collection

We operate a paperless box office system. You will be emailed a receipt once you have booked in advance. There is no need to print this off, just state your name at the box office on arrival.

Content Warnings
Age Recommendation

TBC

Duration

1h