Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information is a kaleidoscopic play of short scenes addressing contemporary issues about knowledge, technology and communication, and our capacity for love.
This is an unusual and unique state-of-the-nation play. Caryl Churchill examines, explores, celebrates and questions where we are in our contemporary society. Her focus is on how the information that makes us human beings; our feelings, dreams and minds, are negotiated in a fast-moving world dominated by a different kind of information.
We are adrift in a sea of internet, religion, mathematics, communication, news, adverts and Facebook. How does this affect our relationships? How does it affect our memories? But rather than giving us an answer or presenting a moral tale, we offer up snapshots of more than 100 characters, existing, loving and figuring, and it is up to us to decide what we make of it.
Age guidance: 12+