A collaboration between technology and the human voice.

Around 40% of the world population has an internet connection today. In 1995, it was less than 1%. Throughout his performance lecture Nothing to Fear Ben Ecclestone explores the history of the internet from it’s inception to our relationship with technology today. From Mark Zuckerburgs testimony before US Congress to the depths of the deep web and online black markets Ben lifts up the hood and sheds some light on the topic of data.

Part gig, part lecture, with a blend of beatboxing and experimental vocals Benjamin gives us an important lesson on the repercussions of how much we share online. Both willing and unwilling.

--------------------------------------------

Free Carer/Companion Tickets:

Because our goal at Theatre Deli is to make our events accessible to everyone, we welcome carers/companions to attend our shows free of charge. If you're accompanying someone who requires essential assistance, simply select a free Carer/Companion ticket to reserve a free ticket. If you have any further queries please email [email protected] or call on 0114 278 6500.

--------------------------------------------

About the Company:

Ben Ecclestone is a Sound Artist and Theatre Maker based in Camberwell. Currently a Roundhouse Resident Artist his work is a collaboration between technology and the human voice. With a blend of beatboxing, experimental vocals and an array of tech Ben creates unique pieces of gig theatre that both inform and entertain. Catch him if you can this boy don’t disappoint.