The show is made by Albany Associate artists, Sounds Like Chaos and runs from Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 April 2019. You can find out more about it using this link.

The production gives the audience an insight into technology’s future, the show appeals to all audiences and incorporates aspects of comedy, surrealism, and much more. Set in a church of technology, through the use of music and dance the cast portray a story of the history and evolution of the internet. Multiple musical numbers are performed with mind blowing visuals and chilling vocals!

What do you think is the most exciting thing about the show?
In my opinion the most exciting thing about the show is the suspense built and the insight of character development. The show uses music to create an intense atmosphere and keep the audience on the edge of their seat as well as keeping them involved in the show.

Can you tell us the best bit about making the show?
My highlight of the process was being able to work alongside talented individuals to watch the show evolve from its early stages. Being involved in the production has been an incredible experience as it gives young people a chance to see what the industry is like as well as being able to form bonds between each other that grow into friendships.

Why do you think the show is important?
I think it’s important for the show to be seen as it gives a view on society’s development as well as how we grow around the internet and embrace it like it’s another human. I want the audience to take away a new feeling of awareness and to walk out feeling cautious of their every move.

You can also catch WOW EVERYTHING IS AMAZING on tour:

Part of Incoming Festival 2019:
24 June New Diorama Theatre, London
29 June HOME, Manchester
30 June Tobacco Factory, Bristol