Fuel present The Roof in association with National Theatre & Lift

Fuel present The Roof in association with National Theatre & Lift

Fuel present site-specific free-running project The Roof, in association with National Theatre & Lift

“A door opens and an immaculate figure steps out onto a roof. Knives are sharpened and the game begins…”

The Roof | Doon Street Car Park (South Bank) | 30 May – 28 June | £24.50-£29.50

Commissioned by LIFT as part of the Imagine 2020 network, The Roof is an exhilarating panoramic experience under the night sky, in a purpose-built venue from London Paralympics opening ceremony set designer Jon Bausor.

Directors David Rosenberg and Frauke Requardt (Electric Hotel, Motor Show) orchestrate a breathless mix of 360 degree hair-trigger movement, influenced by free running and set against the skyline of London, with intimate, three dimensional music and sound by Dave Price.

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To Do List Review

We braved the rain of Bristol to catch an early glimpse of what promises to be a phenomenon in London.

Defying the weather, The Roof cast gave an electric performance to a sold-out audience. A perfectly executed combination of amazing original music, free-running, spectacular lighting and sound design came together for a 60 minutes exploration of life, gaming and how the two overlap.

Our only advice would be: bring a hooded jacket! But seriously, if the forecast isn’t great it’s worth getting wet for – don’t miss this unique, experimental mash-up of theatre, dance, and 360° spectacle!

“Within the suspended reality of a brutal and unforgiving game, THE ROOF will transport audiences into the body of a reluctant hero, desperate to stay alive.”

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Stuart Wilson

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