User Not Found


It’s  the  moment  of  your  death.  

There’s  a  magic  button.  

Do  you  delete  your  entire  online  legacy?  

Or  do  you  keep  it  – and  leave  the  choice  for  someone  else?    

 

User Not Found  is  about  our  digital  identities  after  we  die.  This  new  play  by  celebrated  site- specific  company  Dante  or  Die  and  pioneering  writer  Chris  Goode.

Through  smartphones  and  headphones  you  become  a  fly-on-the-wall   of  one  man  faced  with  keeping   or  deleting.  A  story  of  contemporary  grief  unfolds  through  this  intimate,  funny  performance  that  gently  interrogates  our  need  for  connection.  

CHANGE OF VENUE: User Not Found will now take place in the Foyer of Oxford Playhouse.

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Every performance of User Not Found is captioned: please inform a member of Front of House staff on entry to the performance space that you would like to use the captioning system. For more information, please contact the Box Office.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

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CHANGE OF VENUE: User Not Found will now take place in the Foyer of Oxford Playhouse.

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Every performance of User Not Found is captioned: please inform a member of Front of House staff on entry to the performance space that you would like to use the captioning system. For more information, please contact the Box Office.

 

  • A beautifully human story
       
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  • Life affirming
       
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  • Moving and challenging.
       
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