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Q&A: Adapting Anthropocene to an Interactive Experience

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Join the cast and creatives of GymJam as they discuss how the show began as a live performance and adapted to become an interactive choose-your-own-adventure experience.

The Q&A will discuss how the team worked around social distancing filming schedules, including insights from film-maker Michael Lynch and cast members Megan Noakes and Guilia Del Fabbro.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Tickets are FREE, however booking is required.

Booking for this event closed at 4pm today

Details on how to access the Q&A will be included on your e-ticket when your booking is confirmed.

If you require any technical assistance, please contact support@oxfordplayhouse.com

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