Is it time to break up with our phones?

SHOW DATES: 21st May
WHERE: Ironworks Studios, 30 Cheapside, Brighton BN1 4GD

DOORS: 6.30pm

SHOW: 7.30pm

Based on the critically acclaimed album by indie rock polymath Tim Arnold, ‘Super Connected LIVE’ is a Black Mirror-esque show fusing film, live music, theatre and the ticking time bomb of social media & big tech.

As the film rolls, Arnolds performs on stage & screen accompanied by pianist Sarah Kershaw (The Irrepressibles) & ballerina Daniela Maccari (The Lindsay Kemp Co). With the scale of Radiohead & panache of Bowie, a digital age take on the silent movie, with narration by Stephen Fry.

Full of wit, wisdom & terror, the show explores a family’s struggle with technology addiction.
Being pulled in & out of the screen by the attention-grabbing characters, Arnold grapples with what connection & intimacy mean in a digitally distracted world

Lock your phones in our pouches, pocket them, & break free from the digital grind before the show! Join us after for a Screenless Social to chat with each other & the creative team.

“Super Connected is like a warning from the future… remarkably poignant, funny, ominous and heartrending”
R n R ★★★★

“A lush, dynamic and dramatic piece about the enslavement and surveillance of our phone and computer screens”
Mojo ★★★★

“No musician gets surveillance capitalism and data colonialism like Tim Arnold”
Nick Couldry, Professor at The London School of Economics

Music written and performed by Tim Arnold

Piano Sarah Kershaw. Choreography and dance Daniela Maccari

Film directed by Tim Arnold. Adapted for the stage and directed by Kate Alderton

Produced by Nim Arnold for The Tim Arnold Company