SETTING: A LABYRINTH THAT DOESN’T ALWAYS RESEMBLE A LABYRINTH

Another ridiculous falsehood has it that I am a prisoner. Shall I repeat that there are no locked doors, shall I add that there are no locks? Besides, one afternoon I did step into the street; If I returned before night, I did so because of the fear that the faces of the common people inspired in me, faces as discoloured and flat as the palm of one's hand.
BORGES - LA CASA DE ASTERION 

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To create a space that never existed is what interests me. To create something that has never been. A space that we have never entered except in our minds and our spirits.  
This space belongs to us. It belongs to our families.
It is liberty.
It is Europe.
It is what we dream.
DANIEL LIBESKIND - 12 WORDS OF ARCHITECTURAL INSPIRATION (AND THE OPENING SPEECH OF THE SHOW)

In the myth of the minotaur, adults destroy their own children through shame, love and ambition.


Original conception and development: Shunt collective

Cast (and co-devisers): Nigel Barrett | Gemma Brockis | Callum P Crouch | Hannah Ringham | Helledd Watkins | Matthew Seadon Young | Dave Vigay | Pablo Meneu | Anna Perez de ManuelShow direction: David Rosenberg & Louise Mari & Gemma Brockis
Visual design: Lizzie Clachan
Sound design and composition: Ben and Max Ringham | Andrew Rutland
Lighting design: Mischa Twitchin and Stephen Royle
Aerial choreography: Layla Rosa
Video design and photography: Susanne Dietz