If a drone could descend to earth to tell you her story, what would she say? Drone is the tragicomic autobiography of the 21st century’s strangest and most frightening technology. With live poetry, music and video, this glitchy cabaret spectacular is a tender, furious and bleakly funny drone’s-eye-view of anxiety, violence, surveillance, work and survival. “Drone is daring posthuman theatre, captivatingly executed.” – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine.
Written by the Forward-shortlisted Scottish poet Harry Josephine Giles and performed by them with international sound artist Neil Simpson (Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo) and live video artist Jamie Wardrop (Beats, The Dwelling Place), Drone is the astonishing culmination of five years of work. Directed by Rob Jones, the performance is mixed new every night, the three artists making a live cabaret band for an intense and groundbreaking multimedia gig theatre. Second show on Saturday 9 (page 29). Proudly supported by Creative Scotland in association with Verb Wellington.
Photo credit: Rich Dyson
Please arrive 15 minutes before show start time. Latecomers admitted into the theatre at Basement's discretion – no refunds will be given.
Unfortunately the Basement Studio space is not wheelchair accessible.
$15 and $20 Basement Mates tickets available for this event. Find out more about Basement Mates here.