Join ground-breaking Amsterdam based trio Tin Men and the Telephone as they explore new ways to craft the live experience

Tin Men and the Telephone have made a name for themselves for their innovative approach to engaging audiences during their improvised live shows. Through the use of their cutting-edge technology, their specially- devised ‘Tinmendo’ app, they invite their audiences to become a part of their multi-faceted, hugely engaging, enormously fun interactive shows and you can be part of it!

This January there are three FREE opportunities to visit them in the studio for a special preview and behind the scenes insight into the bands explorations during a residency with OCM at Oxford Brookes where you can join in and give feedback. Then as one-off band members you are invited to a final session on the 11th January where with the use of the Tinmendo app (image below) you can take part in the show! The dates are:

Monday 8 Januray - 5-6pm - Special Preview 

Tuesday 9 January - 5-6pm - Special Preview 

Wednesday 10 Januray - 5-6pm - Special Preview 

Thursday 11 January - 6-8pm - SHOW AND SHARE - This is where you get to interact with the show using the TINMENDO app

Spaces are free but very limited so do book a place.

In Oxford they will be joined by Andrew Sommerville and Jon Cooper, founders of differencEngine, a company specialising in immersive & interactive theatre whilst exploring the boundaries of technology in performance.  Their shows see participants thrown into a world where they are both protagonist & hero; their 2014 debut show ‘Heist’ saw audiences breaking into a building, interacting through headsets & cameras and attempting to steal a painting without being caught!  

If you'd like to follow the band on their journey contact polly@ocmevents.org for more info about how to get involved and check out the links and videos here. We look forward to seeing you in January!

 

 

 

 

 

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Oxford Brookes - Drama Studio Location.pdf