Interference | BSL Introduction

Interference | BSL Introduction


Hi. Have you ever thought what the future might be like? Computers? Technology? Robots? Artificial Intelligence? National Theatre of Scotland present Interference, a trilogy of plays staged in an office block. A couple are struggling to conceive, but fortunately their company has the perfect solution. A woman waits in a virtual reality world to do homework with her daughter. In a care home staffed by advanced AIs, a woman struggles to make a connection with her android carer. Interference is about technology and human relationships. It takes place between 16th of March and 30th of March. The shows are BSL interpreted on Friday 22nd March at 7.00pm, and Thursday 28th March at 7.00pm interpreted by me, Yvonne Strain, and Lisa Li. Other performances have audio description, captions, a touch tour or are relaxed. The venue is accessible and has Gender neutral toilets, a break out space, and a visual guide online. Book your tickets at nationaltheatrescotland.com In Interference we ask, can you ever trust a machine?

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