Yeti PR is working on a new show this Spring with the storytelling wizard that is Seth Kriebel.







Seth Kriebel makes unusual performance, often inspired by games. His loose trilogy of interactive performance-games (The Unbuilt Room, A House Repeated and We This Way) have been presented in venues including The British Library, Turner Contemporary (Margate), Battersea Arts Centre, Summerhall (Edinburgh), The Science Museum (London) and continue to tour nationally.

His new show is an interactive performance-game exploring the 1,000-year-old epic, Beowulf, and asking why, after all this time, we still tell each other stories about the monsters that lurk in the dark…

Before we begin, I should warn you: This story ends with a dragon.
But every story ends with a dragon. If you make it to ‘Happily Ever After’ – and there isn’t a dragon nearby – the story isn’t over yet.

Seth Kriebel’s Beowulf is an interactive performance-game inviting the audience to explore the world of a legendary story from our ancient past… without leaving their seats.

Accompanied by an evocative soundscape, the audience is immersed in the world of the poem, exploring strange landscapes 1,000 years after the Viking hero’s adventures were first written down. Each show is unique, depending on the audience’s choices, bringing the world of the ancient epic to life… and asking why, after all these years, we still tell each other stories about the monsters that lurk in dark.

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“Turns the concept of immersive theatre on its head. ★★★★★” – Londonist, on Seth Kriebel’s A House Repeated