From 6 to 31 August, John Harrigan’s ‘Virulent Experience‘, created by Foolish People, will be taking Conway Hall on London’s Red Lion Square into the mid-21st century with an immersive theatrical performance and art show that will question your ideas about morality, ethics and experimentation.
Visit the Ministry Of Information’s headquarters as the ‘Emotional Experience Act’ comes into force, in a society where all anti-social behaviour, negative and independent thoughts and feelings are now against the law and punishable by death. The mysterious BLAKE watches over the nation as his ENGLAND REBORN programme goes into full effect.
Three theatrical performances of ‘Virulent Experience’ will take place from 7:30pm to 10:30pm on each night. You can participate for as long as you wish, or go and investigate the artwork which will also be a feature of the show, including works such as ‘Symbols of Society’ by Glenn Fitzpatrick, ‘The Happiness Index’ by Richard Webb, ‘The Forbidden Archive’ by Mariana Moranduzzo and ‘The Quinn Papers’ by Craig Slee.
Tickets for ‘Virulent Experience‘ are £20 per person (£15 concessions) with limited availability ‘Pay What You Can Tuesdays’ from 6:30 on the door. I’ll be going along and reviewing this unique event, so stay tuned for a post early next week…
“The Age of Emotional Prohibition has begun.”