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Feel Me

Who do you care about and why? Feel Me is a new interactive theatre show from The Paper Birds, UK leaders in devised verbatim theatre. Feel Me asks, via your mobile phone, who and what you care about from the stories unfolding live on stage in front of you. A stunning mixture of live performance, film, projection, dance and music, Feel Me will explore the different lenses through which we are told, and connect to stories in the modern digital world. Worlds unfold from backpacks, and tents are constructed and dismantled again, each scene and location temporary, like a transient teenager in search of safety, acceptance and a new place to call home. An interrogation of empathy, Feel Me asks what makes us 'feel' for another person, as we journey through landscapes and across borders, through weather storms and paperwork, changing seasons, endless queues and interviews.
Author Jemma McDonnell

Archive :: production:T185329660, play:S1658636231, venue:V854
Current production:Tour/Production

Production details

Feel Me is made by The Paper Birds in partnership with Theatre Centre. A co-production with New Wolsey Theatre. Supported by Padepokan Seni Bagong Kussudiardja and The Point, Eastleigh. Funded by British Council International Collaboration & Arts Council England. The Egg


VenueTheatre Royal
Other spaces: Ustinov Studio,The Egg
CountyBath & North East Somerset
From20th February 2024
To21st February 2024
WhenTue 13:00. Wed 10:00, 13:00
What is currently on at Theatre Royal (V854)


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Presented byThe Paper Birds
Director Jemma McDonnell
Director Kylie Perry
Design Imogen Melhuish
Sound Fraser Owen
Music Fraser Owen
Director Munya Muchati (film director / movement consultant)
Design Ben Glover (video)
Other Bella Meyersohn (video associate)
Lighting Mat Spencer (and technical consultant)
Other Kris Sum (data visualisation coding consultant)
Other Fraser Owen (touring technician)
Performer Lil McGibbon
Performer Daz Scott
Performer Kiren Virdee
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