Love, Sex and Apps: Border Control and The Tinder Game archiveThe rules of dating and love have changed. If social media is an extension of ourselves, how can we prove we love someone online? What does Tinder say about our generation's need for love and connection? Can you judge whether two people are in love by their Facebook posts? Love, Sex and Apps is a double-bill of multimedia plays, The Tinder Game and Border Control, from award-winning playwright, Michelle Sewell, which takes a brutally honest look at the way we communicate and relate to others in our digital world.


Author: Michelle Sewell
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Archive listings for Love, Sex and Apps: Border Control and The Tinder Game

Work type: Play.


The Tinder Game is a comical and haunting play about a young generation's morality and its desperate search for connection. Enigmatic twenty-something Liz joins the world of Tinder to play a game of obsession, lust and betrayal in the hope of winning love. This production takes real tinder app conversations and interviews from tinder daters, fusing them into a spectacle that blurs the boundaries between fact and fiction, the virtual and the real, the physical and imaginary spaces we inhabit.Company Over Here Theatre Company. Company Scotch Bonnet Theatre. Director Lydia Parker. Director Emily Collins (assistant director). Performer Geoffrey Wolfe. Performer Olivia Onyehara. Performer Jay Oliver Yip.
22 Nov 16 to 3 Dec 16Bread and Roses, Inner London :: V1142
listing details L1266345340

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