Let’s plug in to the global nervous system and harness the co-evolution of humans and technology. We must all connect to the network and keep, keep, keep, clicking to optimise our experience.
In progress we trust
The future is here.
We are in it.
Everything is amazing.
Sounds Like Chaos’ latest production is a sci-fi hallucinatory madness, set in the new church of the future. Through an original score, which spans gospel to hip-hop combined with ambitious film, they return with their unique style to explode the timely question: is technology shaping us or are we shaping it?
Co-produced by the Albany. Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and supported by New Diorama.
Supported by Arts Council England and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.
“Leaves you flinching in your seat” ★★★★★ To Do List
“Vital and vibrant” ★★★★ The Stage
“Completely out of the ordinary” ★★★★ London Theatre
Want to know more about Sounds Like Chaos?
Sounds Like Chaos is a company of teenagers who specialise in making new, devised theatre. They are Associate Artists at the Albany in Deptford, and their recent work includes Fire In The Machine at Battersea Arts Centre and the Albany, Phenomena at the Traverse in Edinburgh, Battersea Arts Centre and the Albany, and When It’s Night Time at Southbank Centre and Deptford Lounge.
Sounds Like Chaos create theatre through long-term collaboration, making performances that connect experiences across differences in age, class, gender and race. Their devised performances are energetic, raw and fun. They specialise in making a mess on stage, leaving behind a trail of chaos.