We’re delighted to announce the return of Telephone, a live online storytelling performance, after a successful first outing last month.
Telephone is a live storytelling performance, with some very gentle (and optional) interaction, and conversations over a drink. Written and performed by Tassos Stevens, it weaves together stories and games about connection across all kinds of distance, through a short and mostly true history of telecommunications.
“Beautiful, meditative stuff. It’s the best use of this platform for a theatre piece I’ve seen yet” – audience response to the first outing of Telephone
“beautiful, simple, head scratching, heart bleeding” –Culture Wars, about Jimmy Stewart…, a previous storytelling piece by Tassos Stevens
We’ll present a short run of 4 performances, set to span timezones. (All times are UK time).
Friday 15 May, 7pm – 8.30pm
Saturday 16 May, 7pm – 8.30pm
Sunday 17 May, Midnight – 1.30am
Sunday 17 May, 10.30am – 12 Noon
Your own home: you’ll need to have access to Zoom to join the Coney Zoom Bar. And bring a drink of your choice too.
How to book
Telephone is free to join – inviting Pay What You Can donations if and only if you can afford – and open to everyone.
However, places are limited and booked out very fast last time – so please make sure to sign up below. We’ll see you in the Coney Zoom bar!