Past Event

A House Repeated

7 Feb 2018

Come in. Sit down. Explore.

A House Repeated is an interactive performance-game that combines the simplicity of bare-bones storytelling with the limitless possibilities of contemporary open-world computer games.

In a new version written specially for Brighton Festival, you'll give instructions to the performers on stage, working with your fellow audience members to navigate a Brighton Dome both real and imagined - without ever leaving your seats. In your mind's eye, travel the building like never before and unearth its histories and hidden stories.

Creator and performer Seth Kriebel tells us more about this interactive performance-game in our Festival Hot Seat interview. 

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