This ingenious theatrical gem unfolds amidst the commuter rush at Stratford Station. Sitting above the main concourse with your own set of headphones, you'll be wired into a secret and intensely personal drama as it unfolds somewhere in the crowd.
Gary and Steve are the kind of men who normally escape notice. But they're about to play an inadvertent but pivotal role in the day of two ambitious executives who they've arranged to meet for a transaction. As the intimacy of their situation develops, small metal objects becomes a sly and luminous depiction of an age where a person's value is determined by their productivity.
A site specific performance at Stratford Station (east london).
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Performance time: 19:00 (also 15:00 6 8 9 Nov) 11:00 and 14:00 3 10 Nov
Running time: 55 mins/no interval
Contains strong language
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Devised by Bruce Gladwin, Simon Laherty, Sonia Teuben, Genevieve Morris, Jim Russell
Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts
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