Katharine Heath is consultant designer on the new show by Sounds Like Chaos, playing at Battersea Arts Centre and The Albany this Spring.

Reviews:

THE STAGE ****: ‘Kat Heath’s ambitious set resembles a garish gameshow stage, with performers entering through shimmering curtains in golden archways, flanked by flaring banks of multi-coloured light bulbs.’

FIRE IN THE MACHINE from Sounds Like Chaos on Vimeo.

Real genuine hard-working performers will be fine, the machine will make sure of it.

Sounds Like Chaos know how to use your time. Fire In The Machine is productive.

We will be efficient, we will maximise our potential and we will be useful to you, to London and to the world. We will commit to driving the show forward, to growth, to ensuring we are firing on all cylinders. And we’re all going to have a really great time.

Fire In The Machine is a new devised show combining theatre, karaoke and comedy, exposing the pressure to be productive and the outdated values of our education system.

Sounds Like Chaos are a group of young people aged 13 to 21 from South East London, led by directors Gemma Rowan and Roisin Feeny. They make original performance and are Associate Artists at The Albany.

‘Bringing warmth and charm to subjects that can be difficult to define’
★★★★ The List
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