Interactive show where you choose the tunes

Fault Lines: Victoria Halls, Selkirk Tuesday, February 11 at 7pm. Tickets £6 (£4 conc) can be booked through the Live Borders website

Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 11:33 am
Updated Tuesday, 4th February 2020, 11:37 am
Two DestinationLanguage brings new show Fault Lines to the Victoria Halls in Selkirk on Tuesday.

Local charity Live Borders brings award-winning theatre company, Two Destination Language’s new show to the Victoria Halls in Selkirk on Tuesday.

‘Fault Lines’ features five women on a catwalk as they parade hundreds of costumes, constantly shifting the sense of character, revealing hints of who they are.

In this interactive, multi-media show, using a mobile phone app and headphones, each audience member chooses between different music and stories which offer contrasting positions on the parade of costumes and identities on stage.

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The audience will see moments of celebration and pain as they curate their own unique experience.

Becki Hodgson, activities and programming development officer at Live Borders, told us: “We are extremely fortunate here in the Scottish Borders to be able to play host to such rich and diverse pieces of work.

“Not only are we excited to be presenting a local company and supporting their work, but we are looking forward to opening this piece to a much wider audience who may not always have the opportunity to attend such performances outside our region.

“As a charity, Live Borders always seek to help the community to become healthier, happier and stronger.

Performances such as this bring people together to have fun and share a sense of community.”

This piece is specifically, but not exclusively, aimed at female audiences of 14+.

Audience members are requested to download an app onto their mobile phones before the performance enabling them to choose between six soundtracks.