Armed with a camera, a map and home-made riot gear, Breach set out to mark the anniversary with a historical re-enactment.
Onstage, the same performers try to capture the 2015 Stonehenge summer solstice: there's hot dog stands, Hare Krishnas and MDMA-fuelled raving, as a group of young people try to connect – but it all feels a bit fake.
Blending documentary footage with new writing, Breach presents a multimedia show about state violence and national heritage, in ‘a new kind of fusion theatre’ (Matt Trueman).
Very funny… genuinely unsettling
A truncheoning force
Theatrically ambitious and boldly political