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Viewed in context, HALL is a necessary step in the evolution of audio-instructed performance to a form capable of telling big, sprawling stories as well as brief, compact ones.

Un/Familiar Fringe – Episode One: Un/Heard

Matt Boothman puts two participatory audio-led performances to the test at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009. Rotozaza’s GuruGuru followed by David Leddy’s Susurrus.

Rotating in a Room of Images

In Rotating in a Room of Images, participants spend the majority of the 15-minute production in pitch darkness, guided only by invisible hands and the spooky voice in the headphones.


Wondermart continues Rotozaza’s work with audio-instructed performance and develops the site-specific element introduced in Etiquette.

Yang-May Ooi interviews ‘Walter Plinge’

A valuable glimpse of “the old days” as per the experience of ‘Walter Plinge’, the RADA graduate who began his career in the mid 50’s at the Derby Playhouse.

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