A girl fights for her life in a lift. New Window. A protest in Trafalgar Square. New Window. A naked man in a bathtub. New Window. Janelle Monae, dancing.
The possibilities are endless. Even at 2am. That’s the thing about being Extremely Online: there’s no limit on where you can go.
“I love love love my digital body because having a body that can go everywhere is just the hottest thing.”
Directed by Rachel Bagshaw, the production will creatively combine Spoken English, BSL, captioning and audio description, and all shows will be performed in a relaxed environment. Midnight Movie will also be meeting an online audience each night, through the night.
New autobiographical play about night thoughts on bodies real and digital
A striking look at online liberation
Eve Leigh’s internet-era play about chronic pain is admirably complex but frustratingly opaque
A dive into the internet that belly-flops on stage
Weird, but definitely in the right way
The stories being told are of varying quality
Eve Leigh’s experimental play about digital bodies is fitfully brilliant
There's a novelty to Midnight Movie you'll only sporadically find on a London stage
Stunningly performs the expansive, twisting, multi-directional act of going digital