PRINCESS DIANA NEVER LANDED ON THE MOON
ELVIS PRESLEY LIVES IN AREA 51
JFK DID 9/11
Three people sit in a room. The context of their meeting is unclear, but they are examining an infamous photograph and something’s not right.
They are conspiracy theorists and they think they’re onto something big; but each discovery leads to the next inconsistency, the next inconvenient untruth, until their whole perception of the world, or each other, of themselves, of the very concept of truth, becomes the object of their mistrust.
Barrel Organ's previous work includes: Anyone's Guess How We Got Here, Some People Talk About Violence and Nothing.
WINNER! The New Diorama & Underbelly Untapped Award 2019. Supported by Arts Council England.
You can book tickets for the London run here.
Quotes & Reviews
PRESS FOR BARREL ORGAN
★★★★ “Unsettling and intriguingly disruptive”
The Stage on Anyone's Guess How We Got Here
★★★★★ “New writing meets Forced Entertainment”
Exeunt on Some People Talk About Violence
★★★★ “A snapshot of a generation who feels that the future has very little to offer them, and who are appalled and fascinated by the violence they encounter in everyday life”
The Guardian on Nothing
ABOUT BARREL ORGAN
Barrel Organ is a touring company founded by eleven theatre-makers from across the UK. They collaboratively create politically engaged shows, which interrogate 21st century culture. The live experience of the audience is central to their work.
Barrel Organ’s productions include Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here (2017), Some People Talk About Violence (2015) and NOTHING (2014). Alongside their productions Barrel Organ curate LIVE, a scratch night for new and experimental work made by artists currently under-represented in UK theatre, as well as running a programme of workshops and educational support. They were Associate Artists of Camden People’s Theatre for four years.
CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM
CONSPIRACY was developed with members of the company.
Director: Dan Hutton
Text: Jack Perkins
Set and Costume: Rosie Elnile
Lighting: Josh Pharo
Sound: Kieran Lucas
Cast & Creatives