We have been thrilled by all of the wonderful responses to Telephone, and the experiences that people have shared with us. With this in mind, we’ve decided to release a further limited run of tickets.
Written and performed by Tassos Stevens, Telephone is a live online storytelling performance, with some very gentle (and optional) interaction, and conversations over a drink. You can find out more about it here.
- Sat 27th June – 1pm and 7pm
- Sat 4th July – 11.30am and 7pm
- Sun 5th July – 7pm
- Sat 11th July – 11.30am and 7pm
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:
Tickets (one per screen) are available on a Pay What You Can basis. We advise that you book as soon as possible, with both previous runs selling out very quickly.
You can find out more & book tickets here.
Here are some of the lovely things people have said about Telephone so far:
Not only thematically eloquent in the way it is exploring fragility, connection and distance, but […] also asking questions about what it means to be in a room and play together on Zoom. Coney are pushing at the boundaries of theatre and of technology – Lyn Gardner, Stagedoor
A beautiful, thoughtful and seriously smart piece of work. The best use of Zoom for live performance I’ve seen yet. Will be thinking about it for ages – @finkennedy
Food for the soul. Never thought I’d cry on zoom – @Franciska_E
Theatre perfectly tailored to the times we live in now… also one of the most lovely interventions into lockdown I’ve experienced – @honorharger
Lovely to interact with people from thousands of miles away having a shared experience. You don’t get that at regular theatre! – audience email
Best thing I’ve seen in theatre in a long time, and definitely best thing I’ve seen amongst all corona “online” theatre. Quiet and human – @phideljo