"I want London to smile at me again and I reckon I’ve got her this time."
FAST MOVING CONSUMABLES
FAST MOVING CONSUMABLES happened opposite Ladbroke Grove Station and at The Victoria and Albert Museum.
It was comissioned by The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea as part of InTRANSIT Festival 2015.
We played to, and with, over 8000 audience on their way to work as our story, that developed over five consecutive days between 8:30-9:30 am, followed two heroes in their quest for meaning inside and outside the modern world of work.
The whole event was accompanied by live streaming audio designed for the show that could be accessed on smart phones.
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Katie - Samantha Béart
John - Kristian Phillips
Director - Alexander Ferris
Producer - Matthew Schmolle
Words - Laura Humphrey
Soundscape - Delix, Alex Ferris and qAphqA
Assistant Director - Joe Hancock
Costume - Fiona Lockton
Local Partner - The Clement James Centre
Generously Supported by:
Audience members were inivited to log on to Mixlr's live streaming service via their smart phones and listen to a stream of interviews, music and writing specially commissioned for the piece with contributions from musicians DeLix, Soho Theatre Young Writer Laura Humphrey and the staff and clients of The Clement James Centre.
You can listen to recordings of the live stream by clicking on a day to the right.
The public feedback for this experimental piece of work was overwhelmingly positive and we are looking to extend the scope of it for festivals in 2016. If you're interested in taking it on then please email us at email@example.com.