Fiction theatre show with audience wearing headphones and set in darkness coming to The Continental

Posted on - 11th October, 2014 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Broadgate, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston
David Rosenberg of Fuel Theatre

David Rosenberg of Fuel Theatre

An unnerving theatre show is coming to Preston during November to take audiences into complete darkness.


Fiction is described as a sound journey and invites the audience to travel through the sprawling architecture of their dreams at The Continental.

It is a collaboration between director David Rosenberg and writer Glen Neath as a Fuel Theatre production.

They previous worked together on Ring, which was also performed in 2012 at The Continental.

The sounds in the show are recorded using binaural sound technology which creates a 3D listening sensation to give the performance an extraordinary intimacy and immediacy.

All of the audience need to wear headphones and the entire show is set in complete darkness.

It runs at The Continental for two nights on Friday 7 November and Saturday 8 November with doors at 8pm.

Tickets are £7 or £5 for concessions and available from the venue on 01772 499 425.

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