WATCH >EXPERIENCE >FEEDBACK: WAITING FOR GODOT ON SCREEN
On 12th September Miracle Theatre kick-started its season of digital experiments by performing its acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in front of an audience at The Performance Centre, Falmouth University and streaming it simultaneously to remote venues and audiences.
It was a night of fabulous performances, shared experiences and, in the true spirit of research, unexpected lessons learnt!
As part of our continuing research, we now invite you to now watch this production recorded especially for on-screen viewing.
So, if you’ve missed seeing the show OR saw it and fancy experiencing it again in a different way – come along!
There is no charge: you are simply asked to EXPERIENCE the production & give FEEDBACK after the show
'Waiting for Godot’ Deadly Serious, Seriously Funny – Directed by Bill Scott.
Featuring a stellar cast of Miracle’s best known actors performing Beckett’s timeless masterpiece that challenges all certainties.
“ A noble and faultless staging of a timeless piece” The Stage “Superb acting, I can’t stop thinking about it – brilliant!’ Audience feedback
Digtial Miracle: As part of this November screening, technology partners Golant Media Ventures are working with the venues to pilot their new digital distribution platform Cinegi ahead of a full launch in early 2014. Cinegi is the new secure, fully digital, film distribution and entertainment service for public venues and other commercial and not-for-profit organisations. Cinegi gives anyone, anywhere the opportunity to organise legal public screenings in high definition. It’s a one-stop shop for film – all by a simple download! So,this event will be shown by the power of Cinegi!
Digital Miracle’ is a research and development project funded by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, England run by Nesta, Arts Council England and Arts and Humanities Research Council, and produced in partnership with Golant Media Ventures, Falmouth University and Dogbite Film. .
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Follow the signs to the Barbican, once you are on Southside Street you will find The Barbican Theatre at the end on the right before the Tourist Information or Mayflower building.
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11-13 Castle St