Hacking the system and taking the punk approach to live streaming shows

19 Mar

Still relevant – and even more so for now – we need to take a punk approach to live-streaming theatre and performances

Marcus Romer's Blog

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On Saturday November the 4th at Theatre Royal Stratford East we captured the last two shows from the Graeae tour of  ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’

This has been part of the ‘live to digital’ work we have been doing at the Theatre, and something that I have been leading on over the last year. We have livestreamed work into hospitals, hospices and adult social care homes.

The show is fantastic, and the performers all belt out the songs of Ian Dury and the Blockheads with gusto, verve and infectious energy. It has a punk style and an urgent pace, and has been directed with flair by Jenny Sealey, the AD of Graeae.

We have been supported by The Space to deliver this – and we are aiming to get a release of this on the Cinegi platform in March next year.

It got me thinking, what would Ian Dury…

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