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The Destroyed Room - International Festival

Vanishing Point
Presenting two acclaimed productions from one of Scotland’s most renowned theatre companies, The Destroyed Room and Interiors.

Three people take their seats on stage and a conversation begins. They sit among potted plants and standard lamps, discussing what they have witnessed, and debating the ethics of watching. Around them, cameras film their every word and every reaction, beaming them live onto a big screen. But as the debate intensifies, the atmosphere begins to change and the conversation builds towards a dramatic and surprising climax.

The Destroyed Room is about the profusion of lenses that bring the world and the pain of others right into our rooms, but also keeps them at a distance. It’s about what we see and what we turn away from. And what’s coming.

Renowned Glasgow-based theatre company Vanishing Point has built an international reputation for bold, ambitious shows that are both visceral and visual. The Destroyed Room is their latest production, presented here alongside their celebrated Interiors. Connected by themes of watching and voyeurism, the two shows offer a compelling contrast to each other, but each can also be seen on its own.


Vanishing Point Two Shows 20% off
See both The Destroyed Room and Interiors and get a 20% discount 6, 7 & 8 Aug 1.30pm & 8pm

Cast and Credits

CREATIVE TEAM

Matthew Lenton Conceived and directed
Kai Fischer Set, lighting and projection designer
Mark Melville Sound and music composer
Jessica Brettle Costume designer

Dates and Times

4 - 8 August 2016
Preview performance: 4 August, 8pm. Tickets £7 - £22

EVENINGS, 8pm
6 & 8 August

MATINEE, 1.30pm
7 August

Running time
Approximately 1hr 15mins

For full details on dates, prices and to purchase your tickets visit the International Festival site here

Prices

  • £8 - £25, fees apply
  • Preview performance: £7 - £22

For full details on dates, prices and to purchase your tickets visit the International Festival site here

Accessibility

AUDIO DESCRIBED

  • Saturday 6 August - 8pm

BSL INTERPRETED

  • Saturday 6 August - 8pm

CAPTIONED

  • Sunday 7 August - 1.30pm

For full details on dates, prices and to purchase your tickets visit the International Festival site here

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