Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Tickets almost gone for "The Unreal Tour"

iOrganic's 6 week residency will come to a head on February 18th with an evening of interactive performance. A mixture of the building's actual history, crowd-sourced stories, and brand new bespoke lies, 'The Unreal Tour' is an interactive, site specific performance for a limited number of audience members at a time.

Blending spoken word, creative non-fiction, storytelling, and interactive games, this playful, immersive performance will investigate the slippery history of the Library and its old, long-lost cabinet of curiosities. Taking audiences on a fully participatory journey through hidden rooms, stacks upon stacks of books, and winding corridors, 'The Unreal Tour' will light-heartedly question the faith we put in experts' opinions and 'official' history when we think about the past.

iOrganic are a performance company founded by Harry Jelley and Lenni Sanders. They have performed their unusual, interactive pieces in theatres, museums and unexpected places. Previous shows have been described as 'a daft, gorgeous idea' (Exeunt Magazine).

Tickets are FREE but running out fast, and you need to book. Do it here.