A ground-breaking multi-media performance linking audiences and performers from opposite ends of the country can be seen at The Core at Corby Cube on Saturday.
Directed by Corby-born Neil Bettles, White Noise is a digital project partnering two arts venues and two communities in England and Scotland.
Two teams of local young performers, working with directors and digital artists, are creating an original theatre production that will be performed in Corby and Greenock simultaneously.
The actors and audiences will be linked via a live video feed enabling both companies to interact and perform together while over 350 miles apart.
White Noise is being developed in association with The Core at Corby Cube, Arts Guild Theatre and Reid Kerr College, under the direction of Neil Bettles, artistic director of ThickSkin, who will be returning to The Core with their latest new production The Static from Wednesday, September 26 to Friday, September 28, after a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
White Noise can be seen at The Core at 7.30pm on Saturday.
Tickets are £3 each and can be booked by calling The Core’s Ticket Office on 01536 470 470 or online at www.thecorecorby.com.