Friday 26th July 7.30 - 8.30pm and Saturday 27th July 7.30pm - 8.30pm

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It's an unprecedented space in which you will be connected with people you know or might meet for the first time.

At the moment, all the relationships that seem inessential are redefined. Invisible Space is adapted from a well-known Chinese mythological love story, The Legend of the White Snake, in which the snake spirit Bai Suzhen constantly reincarnates to search for her lover Xu Xian.

Awful Shoes Collective creatively combines this classic story with advanced theatrical forms, bringing the audience a non-verbal and multisensory-led experience. The audience is invited to move in the space freely and wear headphones to immerse themselves in this journey.

As the centre of the space, the audience will receive maximum sensory satisfaction and become performers for each other. They will be amazed by what they have created. 


Credits 

Director Hengquan Zhang 

Sound designer Shiqi Cao

Scenographer Shumai Zhang

Performer Yumeng Zhang 

Dramaturgy Xiaoyao Zhang 


About this performance

Age guidance: There is no age guidance for this performance. No unsupervised children without an adult.

Content warning: The artist will confirm content warnings nearer the time of the performance.

Interval: This performance does not have an interval. 

Post show discussion: This performance does not have a post show discussion.  

Tickets: Tickets are Pay What You Can and available to buy on Eventbrite


Accessibility 

See our Accessibility Guide for information about access in our venue. 


Find out more about Hank Zhang and Awfulshoes Collecitive

www.hankzhang.com 

Twitter: @HankZhang421 

Awfulshoes Collective Instagram: @awfulshoeson 

Instagram: @afreleq 


SHIFT+SPACE 

This performance is part of the SHIFT+SPACE programme 

Theatre Deli’s SHIFT+SPACE programme is a free performance opportunity for artists to present their work that needs an audience to develop, where artists keep 100% of the Box Office! 

Find out more about the SHIFT+SPACE programme here.