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  • ClusterFlux

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    ClusterFlux are an international, experimental theatre collective. We make slick, entertaining theatre that responds to the here and now with a light touch, bright lights and music you can move to. Our practice uses process of re-description: by re-visiting, re-peating and re-imagining a concept through as many lenses as possible.

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  • ClusterFlux CPT shows

    Photo of ClusterFlux dressed as astronauts in a karaoke booth
    ClusterFlux presents

    PLEASE LEAVE (a message)

    Fri 28 - Sun 30 Jan ( Fri-Sat at 9pm, Sun at 7pm)
    A karaoke bar. Yucca Mountain, New Mexico. A group of scientists are developing a series of messages and warnings that can cross linguistic barriers. Pay attention to it.
    @osheaimages
    ClusterFlux presents

    Just in case, god forbid, you get run over, someone new can come in and take over (Archive)

    Wed 8 Mar at 7.15pm
    ClusterFlux go back to work. Back to the office, to put their heads down and stop dreaming but what magic can be found when they let their minds wander?
    @osheaimages
    ClusterFlux presents

    Just in case, god forbid, you get run over, someone new can come in and take over

    Tue 11 Apr - Wed 12 Apr, 9 pm
    ClusterFlux go back to work. Back to the office, to put their heads down and stop dreaming but what magic can be found when they let their minds wander?

    Blog Posts by ClusterFlux

    Six people dressed in sparkly outfits sitting and standing in an office with lots of posters on the wall
    Posted: 01-03-2023 Tag: artist blogs

    How to preserve the act of daydreaming while being a full-time adult

    What did you dream about becoming when you were a child? Did you pretend to be penguins and popstars, or did you always want to become an Account Manager? Do you still pretend, from time to time?

    Do you sit at your desk wondering how you got there? How satisfied are you in your day-to-day working life on a scale of 1-10? 


    “Such a crucial part of the UK theatre ecology… Developing artists and audiences”

    The Guardian