“ Vivid… Impressive and Evocative.”
-The Reviews Hub
“...Makes the imagination run wild.”
The world has ended, and the only thing left standing is a microphone in the last theatre on earth. The music is a requiem to the things we have destroyed as a human race, and a hopeful challenge to everyone about our legacy to those who come after us.
Part beat poetry and part radio play, Stampin’ in the Graveyard is an immersive 40-minute audio journey that invites the audience to experience the apocalyptic world of the last theatre on earth — your own imagination. From the comfort of their own home, with only a device and headphones, we transport the audience to a whole other world that is at once apocalyptic and nostalgic.
Created with Jack Parris
Short film Mr. Blue by Ian McNaught Davis
The Electric Dreams Online Festival (August 2020) / Bloomsbury Radio (October 2020) / Knaive Theatre’s Digital Lyceum (November 2020)
As soon as the pandemic is over, we want to adapt this piece for a theatrical immersive space.
“It made me think about moving to the U.S., the return visit, the kind of liminal aspect (like I was torn into two different people) that has existed ever since inside of me. Through feeling closer to you, I felt a bit closer to an internalised metacognitive side of me.” (anonymous, New York)
“Unexpected tears rolled down my cheeks – an overwhelming unplanned spark of creative yearning. Thank you.” (anonymous, Los Angeles)
“This is incredible. I think you’ve ruined online theatre for me…” (anonymous, Berlin)