Extinct

Technology has enabled amazing advances in how we live, work and communicate. It can know our trends, identify our preferences and learn our patterns of behaviour. It can even speak for us. How we can enhance our lives is now a subject of limitless possibilities. 

Now, thanks to technology giant Hybrid Industries, the ultimate communication interface has arrived: the Alpha Omega (AO). A product that will fulfill the company’s mantra, ‘Hybrid in every home by 2025’. Join us for Hybrid Industries’ launch this June and discover how they plan to bring a new united voice to the world… 

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A dark twist in a ‘what if’ scenario based on the increasing use of technology in our everyday lives, looking at our right to a voice Extinct explores the way we experience culture and our technological divide. Will you remain faithful to Hybrid or join the resistance? 

Extinct is a roaming experience that plays out on the streets of Cardiff and is a mixture of game and theatrical happenings. 

 

LOCATION: Capitol Shopping Centre, Queen St, Cardiff, CF10 2HQ . Shop unit two doors down from Cafe Nero & opposite Boots. 

Extinct is a auditory theatrical intervention across the streets of Cardiff. 

For part of the experience audiences wear headphones and are guided around the city, along the way they meet numerous characters and have tasks to complete.  We will be providing you with a mobile phone and headphones for the experience therefore we will require a guarantee from you. This involves a value exchange which can be a bank card or your mobile phone that we will hold securely for the duration of the experience. 

Most of the experience will take place outdoors, so please dress appropriately for the weather. All young people under the age of 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Please make sure that you arrive 15 minutes before the advertised starting time. 

Produced by Yello Brick in collaboration with Wales Millennium Centre for Festival of Voice 2018. Story concept by Kelly Jones, Alison John, Julian Sykes. Written by Kelly Jones.