A new play by Rob Drummond
The Dorfman Theatre
Previews from 11 August, opening night 14 August, runs until 28 August
Following his acclaimed Bullet Catch in The Shed, Rob Drummond returns to the National Theatre this August with a new show about democracy.
The Majority charts Rob’s journey as he navigates the Scottish Independence Referendum, Brexit, Trump… and whatever today brings. Each audience member will be given a voting pad in order to vote ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on questions posed throughout the play. Every night will be different, depending on the majority.
Throughout The Majority the audience will be faced with a number of challenging dilemmas on narrative, ethics and morality. They will be asked to push a button to either vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ which will ultimately affect the way the performance unfolds.
The Majority is directed by David Overend, designed by Jemima Robinson, lighting design by Michael Harpur, music and sound by Scott Twynholm and video associate Mogzi Bromley-Morgans.
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