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Guy is gay. Guy is a gamer. Guy is a graphic designer. And Guy is looking for love. In this VR companion piece to leo&hyde’s electronic musical GUY, you are invited to take part in a 40-minute VR theatre experience. Guy himself will introduce you to the world of VR, sharing his story, surrounding you in his designs, and teaching you his favourite new GUY-inspired game...

With epic electronic bops and a beautiful story, this cutting edge VR musical experience is heartwarming one minute, and heart-racing the next. Suitable for those with *and* without prior VR experience.

Duration: 40mins with no interval

  • Sun 27 Jun 1:30 PM £5.00
  • Sun 27 Jun 2:45 PM £5.00
  • Sun 27 Jun 4:00 PM £5.00
  • Sun 27 Jun 5:15 PM £5.00
  • Sun 27 Jun 6:30 PM £5.00
  • Sun 27 Jun 7:45 PM £5.00

Book Tickets

  • Sun 27 June 1:30 PM
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leo&hyde Presents
Game Over

Part of Offbeat Festival 2021

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Age Guideline: 12+

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