What’s Coming Out Of The Box Presents: The Quest Episode 3

EPISODE 3: Noor Inyat Khan

Welcome to episode 3. The Quest is a participatory audio play. It’s best enjoyed as a family and children shouldn’t be left unattended.

For a fully immersive experience, you need to gather a few simple props. Don’t worry, nothing fancy and we’ll tell you what to do with them.

You will need:

For this episode you will need to sit around an empty table, big or small, coffee table, dinning table, it doesn’t matter. And you will need a hat each.

 Or click here for the inclusive video version available with subtitles and signing.EP3: https://youtu.be/ToFaRnQ0ojc

About The Company

Based in East Kent, we are a female-led performance and art company. We serve food for thought dished up as immersive experiences, creating work that relate to audiences in unusual ways. Our innovative performances always have a strong audience participation element and explore participation possibilities, site specific and outdoor situations.

Our long-term vision is to contribute to making the world a better place through the Arts: to create a more tolerant, supportive and happy society.

Although we operated informally in the past, What’s Coming out of the Box was officially born in 2018, starting with ‘Inside’. We have developed a uniquely fluid immersive style and strong DIY aesthetic working with wonderful mentors such as Tim Webb (Oily Cart) and Colette Garrigan (Akselere). We tend to be as self-contained as possible, to tour outside conventional spaces and reach everyone.

We are associate artists at Looping the Loop and our work has been supported by Arts Council England, the Kent Community Foundation, Kent County Council, Canterbury City Council and the Gibbons Family Trust.

Website: https://www.what-box.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhatBoxProd/

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Credits

Voices:
Rachael Hammond
Katie McGarry
Cam Griff
Sadie Hurley

Directed by:   Estelle Rosenfeld

Written by:     Estelle Rosenfeld with the devising complicity of Rachael Hammond

Sound design and music:    Cam Griff