Ontroerend Goed, The Border Project, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Richard Jordan Productions and Vooruit in association with Adelaide Festival of the Arts.
Five performers. Five rounds. Your vote. One survivor.
- Directed by Alexander Devriendt
- Written by Alexander Devriendt and the cast
★★★★ Independent, Metro, Time Out
This timely exploration of democratic processes and the cult of celebrity is exciting, vital theatre and every performance is bound to be different, because the vote is yours. But do you really have free choice?
Contains strong language and mild adult themes.
Please note, due to the nature of the performance, latecomers will not be admitted.
Ask questions, share thoughts and have your own debate in our series of free post-show events:
Tue 28 Apr, after 7.30pm show
Chaired by British Youth Council trustee and special advisor on Youth Policy, Kenny Imafidon.
Wed 29 Apr, after 7.30pm show
Chaired by TV presenter and author of None of the Above, Rick Edwards.
'A knockout blow' ★★★★
'A cross between Big Brother and an Italian general election... utterly compelling and fun' ★★★★
“It completely held its audience, many of them teenagers, and it will hold you too'
Unicorn Late Thu 30 Apr 9pm
An evening performance, followed by a late bar and live performances in the foyer. We put the toys away and stock the Unicornershop with plenty of locally brewed beer.
Find out more about the show
Our free post-show insights offer audience members the opportunity
to ask questions in response to the show during an informal Q&A session
with the company.
Wed 29 Apr, after the 2pm performance
For schools (suitable for year 9+)
School tickets are £10, with every eleventh ticket free, please contact our Box Office team on 020 7645 0560 to book.
You can find out more about our schools' programme here. To request a copy of our Secondary Schools' brochure or to be added to our Teacher mailing list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angelo Tijssens, Charlotte De Bruyne, Gilles De Schryver, Maria Dafneros, Michai Geyzen, Roman Vaculik and Suzanne Grotenhuis.
Ontroerend Goed is supported by the Flemish Government, Province of East-Flanders & City of Ghent.
The Border Project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts and funding advisory body and the Government of South Australia.