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  • Person Spec

    Tue 16 May - Thu 18 May, 9pm
    Tickets £8 - £12
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    Person Spec is not a normal theatre show. It is a job interview and you are the panel. 'An initially daft and ultimately disturbing one-woman show that you would call dystopian if it were not so crushingly familiar.' ★★★★ - The Guardian

    An exciting job candidate is on the precipice of a new career. But can they first become the CEOs of their own lives? You will decide, with the help of an experiment and innovative Assessment centre, presented by Zantion Recruitment Ltd and critically-acclaimed international experimental theatre Forest Sounds.

    An average CV is only looked at for 6 seconds. We think this isn't good enough. That’s why Person Spec is unleashing the next generation of disruptive industry leaders for the fastest moving companies in the world.

    Person Spec isn't a normal theatre show. It is a job interview and you are the panel.
    Your interviewee can't wait to meet you!

    Failure to attend will result in exclusion from future Zantion schemes.
    Optional dress code: Business Magnate Megastar.

    Co-produced by Alphabetti Theatre, supported by Arts Council England, New Diorama, Writing Squad & Camden People's Theatre.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 min
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeSuitable for 11+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeSmoke/fog/haze, Flashing Lights, Loud Noises
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    The Reviews Hub on previous work
    "Weird, wonderful and somewhat outrageous ... with a genuine intention for positivity and community"
    State of the Arts [on The Church of Jim]
    "I don't remember the last time I laughed so hard"
    Amanda Munro, artsdepot [on The Church of Jim]
    "An initially daft and ultimately disturbing one-woman show that you would call dystopian if it were not so crushingly familiar."
    The Guardian

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