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  • Silvia Mercuriali

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    Silvia Mercuriali has been working in theatre since 1998, creating events, site-specific installations, experimental theatre shows and immersive performances, focusing on altering the perception of everyday environments and the people inhabiting them, to turn reality into a fictional and poetic world. Since 2007 she has created works using the strategy of Autoteatro which she pioneered with Ant Hampton for the show Etiquette. Autoteatro is a theatrical strategy which explores a new​ ​kind of performance whereby audience members perform the piece themselves following a set of pre-recorded instructions. Silvia has presented work internationally and has been commissioned by cultural centres and theatres including Brisbane Powerhouse (AUS), Museum of Art of Kochi (JP) as well as UK commissioning bodies such as Wellcome Trust, Fuel Theatres, The Roundhouse, Battersea Arts Centre, and Harrogate Theatre & Yorkshire Festival.

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  • Silvia Mercuriali CPT shows

    Susanne Dietz

    Swimming Home

    Tue 8 - Sat 26 Mar at 10.30am, 3pm, 6pm & 8.30pm
    Swimming Home brings a fully immersive theatre experience into your home, transforming your bathroom into a filmic water-world. Standing in your bathroom, wearing a swimming costume, goggles and some headphones, you are led through a journey of rediscovery of your relationship with water as you prepare to enter your bath (or shower).

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    "It is precisely these types of projects, involving these types of people, in these types of theatres that make London what it is."

    The Lancet