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TALK by Kill The Cat Theatre

Have we forgotten how to socialise?

During the past 18 months we’ve all had to avoid human interaction. Here at Kill The Cat HQ we’ve been examining the human population and reckon we all need a little help re-adjusting, so, don’t worry we’re here to help: prepare yourself for a once in a lifetime “social” event.

TALK is a social-scientific-experimental-game-show-installation-theatre-extravaganza.

The Kill The Cat “scientists” will guide you through this unique interactive installation, a treasure hunt of communication – make a pot of tea, paint a portrait, share memories, dress-up and there’s a few surprises along the way, some pops and bangs and mad cap fun. (full disclosure, for legal reasons, this is in no way scientific but it will get us all talking again - probably)

Kill The Cat are trying hard to reduce their impact on the planet and would like to encourage you to travel to the show via feet, bike, public transport or a car share.

This is an interactive experience and you will be meeting other people as part of it, in order for everyone to feel as comfortable and safe as possible we would like to strongly encourage all audience members to take a lateral flow test before attending the performance.

About Kill The Cat
Kill The Cat is an award winning South West based interactive theatre company. Run by co-artistic directors Dylan Frankland & Madeleine Allardice, and produced by Turtle Key Arts. We are ‘paving the way for an exciting new wave of immersive theatre' (London Theatre Weekly). Using interaction to tackle social issues, giving the audience agency and choice; but above all creating a shared sense of community & play.

‘Kill The Cat gives the audience a joyous sense of freedom that is rare in any theatre' - Theatre Weekly
12th - 13th February
Students £10
Full Price £12
Saturday 12th February & Sunday 13th February - 6pm or 7pm
Sunday 13th February - matinee at 2pm or 3pm
90 minutes long
Exeter Phoenix, Gandy St, Exeter, Devon EX4 3LS
Sat 12 February and Sun 13 February
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