THE EMPATHY EXPERIMENT
Written and performed by Rose Condo
Best Spoken Word Show, 2019 Greater Manchester Fringe
Shortlisted for Best Spoken Word Show 2020 Saboteur Awards
COULD YOU SURVIVE FOR ONE DAY WITHOUT YOUR PHONE?
Award-winning Canadian poet Rose Condo asks if empathy is facing extinction and whether smartphones are to blame. Embarking on her own Day Of No Mobile Phones, Rose explores tech addiction and compassion using herself as the test subject ... but does her experiment even work?
Due to current circumstances, all tour dates have been postponed.
Sending big love and good wishes for any and all who are unwell with Covid-19.
Sending huge gratitude to all front line workers.
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2020 / 2021 TOUR DATES
PRAISE FOR THE EMPATHY EXPERIMENT:
'A relevant & enthralling piece of work' The Reviews Hub
'One of the most interesting, informative, amusing and, occasionally,
poignant pieces of theatre I've seen in a long time' Fringe Review
'A charming, thought-provoking and clever production' She-Wolf Reviews
'One of the many hidden gems that the Fringe is all about' Everything Theatre
'Her poetic storytelling is the highlight of the show' The Feminist Fringe
'Masterfully presented' + 'highly entertaining' Number 9
'She models true empathy' Three Weeks
'The show's a delight' North West End
Research & Development:
With funding from Arts Council England , Rose developed The Empathy Experiment in collaboration with artists Dominic Berry, Kirsten Luckins, Victoria Firth, Kate Morton and Eleonora Rosca, and with support from the Lawrence Batley Theatre,