I WISH I WAS LONELY

Literature |
29th May 2014

I Wish I Was Lonely is a participatory show about contactability. 
A show in which the audience commit to leaving their phones on.
A show investigating what it means to participate in communication – or not.
There will be poems, there will be stories and there will be conversation.

I Wish I Was Lonely is a new show from Fringe-First winners Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe
that asks how much of ourselves we’ve given up to the new God in our pocket.

Please click here to visit Hannah Jane Walker's website.

“so cunningly and playfully constructed that it feels like a gift” The Guardian ****

“It’s an excellently crafted piece, both thoughtful and relevant, which challenges us to take a step back from our technology-obsessed lives” Time Out ****

Venue: Studio
Age recommendation: 14+
Please note that the Brewery charges a £1.50 fee per booking for online and telephone transactions. 

DATES & TIMES

29th May 2014

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