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Anti-Body 

Oxford Playhouse

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Sadler’s Wells New Wave Associate Alexander Whitley has rapidly established a reputation for creating highly ambitious and intellectually engaged work with innovation and digital technology at its core.

Anti-Body explores the biological form of the human body and the technological drive to transcend it.

Three performers, isolated yet connected digitally in an interactive space; explore tensions between mind and body, containment and connection, and the desire to be unique as well as part of something larger than ourselves.

Presented in Partnership with IF OXFORD

Book your tickets to see Anti-Body at 7.30pm on Tuesday 26th October via www.oxfordplayhouse.com

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