Captcha by Suha Al-Khayyat is a new touring theatre production exploring how young people can belong to something whilst they work out who they are. Supported in development by Ola Animashawun (National Theatre Connections, Royal Court), the play explores living life through a giant lens, a mythic filter guided by the technology giants, peer pressure and the construct of celebrity.
“Do you ever go to bed at night feeling that the day didn’t belong to you but was controlled by an outside force? Do you find yourself imagining, rather than being? Where to simply walk through a field with the sun on your face, in your way, in your time with the people you love, is invaded by the need for a selfie?”
“I was kind of hungry when I came,
but the show faded my hunger away, it was flawless.”
“Keep on doing what you’re doing, people love it.”
“Really good, easy to understand, interesting story,
very relatable and realistic.”
“I thought it was the best Little Fish show I’ve seen so far.”