In Between Spaces / YOU HAVE HALF A SECOND TO IMPRESS ME
  • Brighton Fringe

In Between Spaces centres on five characters who perambulate in a world outside of time. Are they the first humans on Earth? Are they the last? Are they even human or just echoes of a digital mind?The story investigates identity in the age of transient digital glitches. Real-life experiences become tangled within digital interactions. Among hopes of sunny days, memories of bus trips and alleyways, their paths mirror one another as they criss-cross between the screen and real-time. The show is accessible for Deaf and hearing audiences and has both creative subtitling and signdance theatre throughout the production. Both these elements are integral to the performance rather than an add-on. YOU HAVE HALF A SECOND TO IMPRESS ME is a brand new music video devised and performed live by Robert Corcoran of 73 Degree Films, the Welsh film, TV and digital art production company. Robert is currently a member of the BFI Network X BAFTA Crew.

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