NEWS: C-o-n-t-a-c-t Announces Six Week Extension

The immersive outdoor production will now be booking until the 22nd November.

Aria Entertainment and WEF Productions has confirmed that the UK premiere of C-o-n-t-a-c-t will continue for a further six weeks as well as adding St Paul’s to the list of locations as to where the show can be watched.

Directed by Samuel Sené, the show stars Charles Angiama (The Exonerated, Hope Mill TheatreMy Week with Marilyn),  Louis Bernard (Radieuse Vermine, Théâtre Montparnasse), Chloe Gentles (Beautiful – The Carol King Musical), Max Gold (Endeavour; Poldark), Richard Heap (Buried Child, National Theatre; The Summer Before Everything, Menagerie Theatre), Aoife Kennan (ITV’s Victoria; For Services Rendered, Jermyn Street Theatre), Katja Quist (Earthquakes In London, Bristol Old Vic) and Laura White (The Play That Goes Wrong, West End and UK Tour). The cast will alternate between the London locations.

C-o-n-t-a-c-t features a book by Eric Chantelauze, English adaptation by Quentin Bruno, Music and Sound Designer Cyril Barbessol and Associate Director Bronagh Lagan. It is based on an original idea by Gabrielle Jourdain and Samuel Sené.

The story is a moving and unexpected encounter explores the themes of mental health and anxiety through the eyes of Sarah as she is approached by someone she believes to be a stranger.

The show runs for 50 minutes without an interval and audiences download the audio from the app which is a completely new piece of technology synchronizing the spectators and actors, allowing the show to play with theatrical concepts and a new form of dramaturgy. Audiences of no more than 15 per show will purchase their tickets online and will then receive a link to download the app which will provide the exact location.

Following the government’s recent announcement regarding the reduction of social gatherings to six, it is understood that this doesn’t affect performances of C-O-N-T-A-C-T as the show complies with the safety & hygiene measures in place for businesses and the performing arts set out by the government. This pedestrian performance is an outdoor promenade experience for small groups of up to 15 and adheres to strict social distancing between audience members. It is also an audio experience which involves no direct speaking of any actor in the play. All audience members will be required to wear a face covering and observe social distancing measures. 

Tickets can be purchased via TodayTix or the C-o-n-t-a-c-t website.

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