Goat and Monkey
Cage | 7.15pm | 17 – 27 Feb | £16
Matinees – 2.45pm | 20 & 27 Feb
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On previous shows:
‘Director Joel Scott plays with us, creating moments of disorientation that cow us into submission but also gives us brilliant images that give distance and perspective.’ – The Guardian on Reverence
The emotional impact of these beautifully sculpted, barely lit and flickering scenes is as potent and disorientating as a shot of absinthe.’ – Time Out on The Ghost Sonata
The Devil Speaks True is a chilling visceral experience with you, the audience, cast as Banquo from Macbeth in an adventure tracing Banquo’s journey from bloody battlefield to spectral banquet table.
Sitting in darkness for a large part of the production and wearing wireless headphones, you will be surrounded by a world created through binaural sound, video projection and live performance.
The Devil Speaks True is a total immersive experience offering an intimate perspective of a man struggling to come to terms with his place in a violent and tyrannical world. Focussing on the physiological effects on men returning home from war and the bond between soldiers, the production intersperses Shakespeare’s text with interviews with ex-servicement.
The Devil Speaks True (or Shakespeare’s Macbeth as told by Banquo)
17 – 27 Feb, 7.15pm, Cage, £16
Matinee 2.45pm | 20 & 27 Feb
Direction by Joel Scott
Set and Costume Design by Rebecca Brower
Lighting Design by Leo Woolcock
Dramaturgy by Samantha Ellis
Choreography and Performer, Neil Callaghan
Sound Design and Composition by Dominic Kennedy
Video by Alex Vipond
Video Associate, Adam Young
Horses emerge from lakes, audiences are chased through forests and digital riddles hide buried gold….Goat and Monkey like to create performances that are epic, surprising, interesting and wildly creative.
We work with companies including the Wellcome Trust, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, the National Trust, County Councils and many universities. Do get in touch via our website if you’d like to talk to us about an idea that you think we can help with.