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2 April - 4 May, 2019


“Our society is not one of spectacle but of surveillance.”

London is the most watched city in the world. CCTV catches us on every street corner, while cameras and microphones sit in our pockets.

What is private? Do we actually care?

Built around first-hand accounts from experts in the field of surveillance and observation, this is a story of watching and being watched.

Engineer’s previous show The Gap in the Light was shortlisted for BEST ENSEMBLE at the OffWestEnd Awards 2017. 

Run was nominated for BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ENSEMBLE at the OffWestEnd Awards 2016.

Please note that the performance on Friday 12th April will begin at 19:00.

Theatre Dialogue Club, Wednesday 24 April. 
Dialogue Theatre Club is open to anyone who likes watching theatre and chatting about it too. It's a bit like a book group, but for plays and performances: you buy your own ticket to see the show, then come to the cafe to discuss it with other audience-members. No one involved in making the show is invited, so you can talk freely and all opinions are welcome. 

Quotes & Reviews


★★★★ "a superbly-crafted, swelteringly intense two hours of edge-of-your-seat psychological horror." The Stage on The Gap In The Light.

★★★★★ "Engineer's Missing is an incredibly important piece of theatre at this year's fringe." The Skinny

The Company

Engineer Theatre Collective are a group of devisers dedicated to creating visually striking, ensemble-led theatre. They have a shared language which relies upon close collaboration between designers and specialists relevant to the field they are exploring, to create new works and interpret existing texts. / @EngineerTheatre

Cast & Creatives



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