Foreign Radical is a game so of course competition drives the piece. The heart of it, however, is something far more complex: the collective story of each audience that gathers to play.
Each show is radically different depending on who shows up. They leave the theatre (in this case, shipping containers) knowing each other quite intimately — for people who just met an hour before. They have profiled each other, spied on each other, debated in teams, raced each other to the finish line and shared some empathy or disdain.
Together the players have delved deep in the grey areas between privacy and surveillance, between security and the police state and have had a lot of laughs along the way.
There are still tickets for our closing shows at 3 and 5pm tomorrow (Saturday, July 26)
It’s an unforgettable experience. Please do join us. Tickets here