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In a nutshell
Direct from Underbelly, Tit4Twat’s interactive satire dissects the dubious ethics of reality television. Part high-stakes drinking game, part unethical psychology experiment.
Grab an electronic voting handset, meet four dangerously desperate contestants and decide their formidable fates. It’s the most nail-biting TV gameshow of the decade, and no one’s going down without a fight.
Arthur, Rachel, Sophie and Tommy are real people, determined to make a splash in the delectable world of ‘reality’. Snubbed by Brat Camp, Bake Off and even How Clean Is Your House, they’ve concocted their own scandalous game show: a foolproof opportunity to show casting directors what they’re capable of. And you’re not just invited. You’re invaluable.
The wannabes will dance, sweat, strip, gulp and gag for your approval. So sit in the dark, press some buttons and watch the consequences unfold. Because each time one contestant’s propelled closer to stardom, the others plunge further and further into oblivion. Come on. It wouldn’t be fun if they didn’t.
What to Expect
Losers blurs lines between interactive theatre, live art and cabaret. There’s ample interaction but never at the expense of the audience; no one is ever singled out or dragged onstage. Expect Christina Aguilera anthems, food not suitable for human consumption and spectators shouting out loud. It’s rowdy, slightly disgusting and not for the faint-hearted.
Tit4Twat make sweaty interactive theatre and mischief. Graduating in 2014 from the University of Warwick’s Theatre course together, the company likes to make its audiences stumble home a little disorientated, a tad queasy but having had a cracking night. More eloquently, they're interested in art which exhilarates and destabilises simultaneously.
What people are saying
‘'Tech-savvy dissection of the reality TV phenomenon…shameless' ★★★★ The Stage
'As good as anything you’ll see on TV, with a much darker twist' ★★★★ West End Wilma
'Truly interactive and innovative…unlike anything I’ve seen before' A Younger Theatre
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Things you should know
For ages 16+
Likely to contain swearing & mild nudity.
This event is wheelchair accessible.