Beta Public V

Dates and Times

Tue 17 Nov to Thu 19 Nov 2015 at 7pm

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

Book Tickets

Presented by Thomas Martin and Pat Ashe
14+

After four sell-out dates at CPT, London’s only curated night of videogames and performance returns for a whopping three nights!

Play through a menu of the weirdest and most wonderful video games, watch a selection of performances, and witness a world-first experiment in merging the live and digital worlds! Engaging performances and talks from exciting and provocative artists.

Beta Public is about:
New video games and performance.
Experimenting, collaborating, and sharing awesome stuff.
Having a bit of an adventure.

At Beta Public you can:
Test AMAZING GAMES and chat to their developers.
Hear PROVOCATIVE TALKS and watch EXHILARATING PERFORMANCE.
Sit in the bar with your friends and HAVE A DRINK.

Beta Public is for:
Anyone curious about the cutting edge of play (like you).

“Beta Public is marvellous, mashing up games & theatre for crossover crowd, @CamdenPT rocking, smart curation @tjamesmartin @patrickashe” – Tassos Stevens, Coney

“Super inspired by Beta Public at @CamdenPT. Loads of new people & ideas to turn into some big and small and old and new projects” – Paul Callaghan

TUESDAY 17th

PERFORMANCE

A new playful performance from Hannah Nicklin
A Let’s Play of Slave of God written by Nina Segal
Selves Portrait, a performance installation by Eleanor Fogg
Desert Golfing etc., a talk on durational performance and videogames by Pat Ashe

GAMES

How Many Blocks To Build The Future? – Hamish MacPherson
Wish Fishing – Pol Clarissou
Manifesto – Matheson Marcault
Lovely Weather We’re Having – Julian Glander
Southbank Portrait – Ian MacLarty
Fluc – Dreamfeel

WEDNESDAY 18th

PERFORMANCE

A new piece of remote theatre by Greg Wohead
A Let’s Play written by Emma Frankland
‘Well, What Is It?’, a talk on communication and choreography by Thomas Martin
A surprise by Greg Mclaren

GAMES

How Many Blocks To Build The Future? – Hamish MacPherson
Track & Feel 2 – Party Time! Hexcellent!
Durations – Pippin Barr
Artners – Holly Gramazio
Broken Sounds – 李尚倫, Amani Naseem and Harrison Smith
Killbox – Joseph DeLappe, Malath Abbas, Tom Demajo and Albert Elwin

THURSDAY 19th

PERFORMANCE

A Let’s Play of Bernband written by Christopher Brett Bailey
Agent Everywhere, performed by Hester Chillingworth and Hana Tait
An Auto-TED Talk performed by Ross Sutherland

GAMES

How Many Blocks To Build The Future? – Hamish MacPherson
Track & Feel 2 – Party Time! Hexcellent!
Hummingbird – Niall Moody
Durations – Pippin Barr
Mystery Tapes – Strangethink
Killbox – Joseph DeLappe, Malath Abbas, Tom Demajo and Albert Elwin

About the artists

Thomas Martin is a theatre-maker working across multiple disciplines: directing, collaborative performance, writing and live art. A work-in-progress of his new show Human Basic featured in CPT’s Sprint 2015 festival. Pat Ashe is a performance-maker, live artist and game designer, currently working at Honeyslug.

@tjamesmartin | @patrickashe

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