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August 12, 2024

Multiple Times

Where We Meet

Unwired Dance Theatre

An interactive dance installation where audiences experience the inner thoughts of dancers as they walk close to them.

Where We Meet is an interactive, audio-based dance installation where audiences can experience the inner thoughts of a dancer. This piece aims to open up the conversation about mental health and to break down taboos by facilitating an empathetic and intimate experience. It begins with the fundamental notion that we can never truly comprehend what is transpiring in someone's mind if we don’t actively choose to connect and be open to understanding.

Each audience member, equipped with headphones, is tracked in the space. As they walk around the space and choose which performers to engage with, innovative location-tracking technology will trigger audio monologues.

In return, thanks to a wearable device, the dancer can decide which thoughts to share with the audience and invite them to participate in gentle moments of interaction.


Active participant - £15
Participants will be given headphones with a tracker and can walk freely around the space to experience the inner thoughts of the dancers and interact.

Seated observers - £8
Audience members will observe the performance from the seated area. They will be given a tablet to decide which dancers they want to listen to at any given time.


August 12, 2024

2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm

Part of the Camden Fringe Festival


Unwired Dance Theatre makes immersive and playable experiences - for remote audiences, IRL and virtual stages, galleries and more unconventional sites. Our work questions our sense of empathy, especially when mediated through technology, and often explores what remote connection could look like.

From networked wearables to XR, we like to work at the intersection of dance and technology to create unique and thought-provoking experiences, with meaningful audience participation at its core.

Unwired Dance Theatre is based both in London (UK) and Bordeaux (France), with collaborators all around the world.


Estimated running time

30 minutes

Performance times

Multiple Times

Ticket prices

£15 (active participant), £8 (seated observer)


Full-time students, those aged under 16, senior citizens, the unwaged, members of Equity and BECTU


Theatro Technis is fully wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome in the auditorium. There is a Loop system fitted in the main auditorium. If you have any questions or specific requests, please email

Content Warnings: body dysmorphia, loneliness, perfectionism & anxiety. The performance takes place in a dark environment with floor projections.


Suitable for ages: 14 and over

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