11 Apr 2017 - 11 Apr 2017

Hamlet for Free Festival

Coney: Creating Interactive Performance

Free

production information

Immersive theatre-makers Coney lead this practical session exploring how everyday digital technology and games can be used to create imaginative and playful experiences for an audience. 

Dates & Tickets

Tues 11 Apr
11am - 1pm 

Tickets available for those aged 25 and under as part of the Hamlet For Free Festival.

 

Coney

Coney are interactive theatre-makers.

They create games, adventures and play where people can choose to take a meaningful part. Their work takes place anywhere that people gather: in theatres, schools, museums, on the streets and online and always follows the principles of adventure, curiosity and loveliness.

The experience starts when you first hear about it, and only ends when you stop thinking and talking about it.

They make play with ideas that resonate in the world around us: from the everyday to the extraordinary. Their work is inspired by the belief that the world can be magical place where ordinary people can do extraordinary things. Collaboration and dialogue are at the heart of how they make work: with audiences, peers, partners, and a network of makers.

Additional information

Tickets limited to 1 per person. 

Please note this event takes place at Large Hall, New Unity Church, 277A Upper St, London N1 2TZ.

We are operating a waiting list for any sold out workshops, please get in touch via Hamlet@almeida.co.uk if you would like to be added.