"This is clever clowning. While we are constantly in bouts of laughter, our morals and ethics are all being tested and that’s what makes Peep Show: Battle Royale so successful"
-The Reviews Hub-
North West End
The Reviews Hub
The state of the world is burning and the line between news and entertainment has blurred.
Faceless elite hide behind gruesome, voyeuristic game shows as they manipulate all media, societies and politics.
This game show is the Battle Royale, a reality T.V show where regular people destroy each other on international television.
The fate of the contestants-turned-gladiators lies with the live audience, who’s votes can influence the outcome of the game and whether a contestant lives or dies.
Peep Show, Battle Royale is a darkly comedic, theatrical experience, all seen from behind the window of a grungy cubical reminiscent of a voyeuristic peep show.
Audiences of Peep Show, Battle Royale will also collect points throughout the show, which will contribute to a chance to win amazing prizes!
"This is immersive theatre taken to a new extreme and whilst it seems initially distasteful in its voyeurism, it is curiously addictive at the same time"
-North West End-
Streaming Full Show
Carmen Arquelladas (Spain)
Duncan Cameron (Canada)
Leebo Luby (UK)
Miwa Nagai (Japan)
Simone Tani (Italy)
Lighting Design & Technician - Phil Saunders
Technician - Cath Cullinane
Virtual Set Design - Dennis Outten
Animation - Jessica Windell + James Hooton
+ Duncan Cameron
Head of Design & Costume Design - Carmen Arquelladas
Assistant Design - Sascha Gilmour + Eleanor Ferguson
Set Design & Construction - Micheal Lill + Andrew Lock
Dramaturg - Joe Shipman
Original music by - Barry Han + Duncan Cameron
Choreography by - Maria Malone
Project Manager - Alice Bunker-Whitney
Video - Focal Studios + Teatro Pomodoro
Live Streaming - Melodic Distraction
Photos by - Andrew AB Photography
Peep Show Beer - Factory Kitchen
Preshow Music -"The Pineapple Pizza Slayer" - Vincenzo Salvia
Devised and Created by Teatro Pomodoro
"La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie, Abridged)"
Original composition by Gioachino Rossini
Adapted and Synthesized by Carey R. Meltz