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The Destroyed Room

The Destroyed Room

Bold and brave. ★★★★★
TV Bomb
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Details

    Start date9 Mar 2016
    End date12 Mar 2016
  • TicketsFull price £16.50 / Concession £13.50 / Other concession £8.50
    Genre Theatre,

    Vanishing Point and Battersea Arts Centre, in Association with Tron Theatre and Eden Court

    The Destroyed Room takes inspiration from Jeff Wall’s famous photograph, which shows a ransacked room, every item of furniture torn up and destroyed.

    The show begins with what seems to be the recording of a debate. A group of guests gather. They drink wine, discuss things they have witnessed and debate the ethics of watching. Cameras film every word and every reaction. As the debate intensifies, slowly and as if in a dream, the atmosphere begins to change.

    The Destroyed Room is about what we see and what we turn away from. And what’s coming.

    www.vanishing-point.org / @VPointTheatreCo

    Dates & Times
    Wed 9 – Sat 12 Mar, 7.30pm

    Tickets
    Full price £16.50
    Standard concession £13.50
    Other concession £8.50

    See our Box Office page for full pricing and booking information.

    Post-show Discussion
    Wed 9 Mar

    Venue 
    T1

    Age Recommendation
    16+

    Note: Contains adult themes and strong language.

    Funded by Creative Scotland and Glasgow City Council.

    Image by Mihaela Bodlovic

    • Matthew Lenton

      Conceived and directed by
    • Kai Fischer

      Lighting designer, Set Designer
    • Mark Melville

      Composer
    • Jessica Brettle

      Costume Designer
    • The Company

      Text Improvised By
    • Elicia Daly

      Creative Associate
    • Pauline Goldsmith

      Creative Associate
    • Sarah Short

      Assistant Director
    • Daryl Cockburn

      Camera Operators
    • Samuel Keefe

      Camera Operators
    • Elicia Daly, Pauline Goldsmith and Barnaby Power

      Performers
    • Bold and brave. ★★★★★
      TV Bomb
    • Provocative, compelling and daring. ★★★★
      The Guardian
    • Remarkable. ★★★★
      The Herald
    • A brutal critique of an ailing society. ★★★★
      The List
    • Cuts close to the bone of our decaying western liberalism … visionary, perfectly realised. ★★★★
      The Scotsman
    • A timely and necessary piece of theatre. ★★★★
      The Stage
     
     

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