CALL CUTTA IN A BOX - AN INTERCONTINENTAL TELEPHONE-PLAY

Dates: 01 Jul - 26 Jul

Tickets: €10

You are shown to a room into an office building where the telephone is already ringing. You answer the phone, and you are caught up in a conversation with a voice that has a strange accent. You sit down at a table in front of a computer monitor and your telephone partner sits the same way, 10,000 kilometers away from you. The voice belongs to a call centre employee at Descon Ltd. in Kolkata, India. From the makers of last year’s hit show carGo sofia. For more information on Rimini Protokoll check out their website. Part of We Are Here 3.0 Performance in the City Playful and thought provoking, the the performances in We Are Here 3.0 use cities and their people as source material. Co-produced by Project Arts Centre and Dublin Docklands Development Authority.  

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