Dutch theatre maker and visual artist Dries Verhoeven invites you on his theatrical ‘ghost train’ to explore our contemporary culture of fear, difference and migration, with its ever-increasing threats and paranoia.
Visitors will be swept along on a thought-provoking tour of today’s angst-fuelling media landscape that’s so flawlessly exploited by politicians, terrorists, marketers and fake news.
Dries Verhoeven is a world-renowned artist who makes installations and performances highlighting the socio-political reality we live in.
Phobiarama features a loud soundtrack and flickering images.
This event takes place in a non-theatrical venue and is not fully accessible to those with access requirements. For guidance, please contact the Box Office on 01908 280800.
Date & Time 20-29 July 2018
Friday 20 - Monday 23 July and Wednesday 25 - Sunday 29 July
No show on Tuesday 24 July
Times: 3.30pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm, 6.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm and 10.30pm
Please note that there is no 10.30pm slot on Friday 20 July
Venue Campbell Park MK9 4AD
Tickets Tickets £15, Universal Credit concession £10
Suitable for ages 14+
Sold subject to licence
Ticket fee information: All transactions are subject to a transaction charge of £3