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    Freight Theatre presents

    Move Fast and Break Things

    Thu 12 - Sat 14 May at 9pm
    Tickets £8
    A deep-dive into the data-sphere, a journey to the dark heart of the internet. Amit Patel discovered a secret hidden in every bit and byte of our data. Then, he disappeared.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThe company do not believe there is any content to consider, please email foh@cptheatre.co.uk if you have any specific concerns
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    Health NoticeHaze

    Move Fast and Break Things was first presented as a digital show in 2021 to critical acclaim, it’s a miniature epic that explores the vastness of the data we leave behind through an intimate search for the person most responsible for how the internet works today, using movement, projection and soundscapes.

    Amit Patel was a data scientist at a company called Google. In 2002, he noticed something secret, hidden in all of our data. What did he discover, and was it the reason he disappeared? Alone in a room, Julia asks these questions, and one above all else: where is he now? The search for Amit takes place across worlds - real and online - and as the boundaries between the two begin to collapse, Julia races towards an impossible, tragic conclusion.

    Commissioned by CPT
    Move Fast and Break Things is part of a Double Bill. Take advantage of our Double Bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £16! Add this show to your basket and see which other shows are part of this Double Bill saving.
    "Like Adam Curtis on sherbet"
    Alan Lane, Slung Low
    Carole Cadwalladr
    "Brilliant from start to finish"
    The Cherwell

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

    The Guardian, 2016